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    INTRODUCTION: A Motto for Moral Diplomacy.Maria DiBattista, Judith Beyer, Felix Girke, Jehangir Yezdi Malegam, Edith Hall, Laura Rival & Kevin M. F. Platt - 2015 - Common Knowledge 21 (2):190-195.
    “Only connect …,” the epigraph of Forster's Howards End, offers itself as a model of moral diplomacy. The efficacy of genuine human connection—whether it takes the form of creative action or of decent human relations—in containing and civilizing force is an idea that informs the novel's conception of what constitutes and ensures civilized life. Forster regarded propriety and convention as expressions of force and so applauded any assault on conventional feeling as an act of moral heroism. This essay introduces the (...)
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    Suspicions of peace in medieval Christian discourse.Jehangir Yezdi Malegam - 2015 - Common Knowledge 21 (2):236-252.
    Oppositional constructions of peace and war and simplistic equations of peace with justice obscure the importance of activities primarily geared toward the limitation of harm. The medieval and patristic legacy of thinking with peace restricts peace to variants of a singular concept that dictates the diplomatic and domestic policy of modern states. At the same time, secular political theory has moved away from medieval clerical acknowledgment of compatibilities between turbulence and peace, producing temporally bounded categories of peace and war that (...)
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    Warren C. Brown, Violence in Medieval Europe. (The Medieval World.) Harlow, UK: Longman, 2011. Paper. Pp. xv, 328; 6 black-and-white plates and 8 maps. $45.80. ISBN: 9781405811644. [REVIEW]Jehangir Yezdi Malegam - 2013 - Speculum 88 (3):766-767.
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