Terrorism for humanity: inquiries in political philosophy

Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press. Edited by Ted Honderich (2003)
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Abstract

Wretchedness and terrorism, and differences we make between them -- A theory of justice, an anarchism, and the obligation to obey the law -- The principle of humanity -- Our omissions and their terrorism -- On democratic terrorism -- Doctrines, commitments, and four conclusions about terrorism for humanity.

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Ted Honderich
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