The ethics of force, by H.E. Warner.


Boston, Pub. for the International union, by Ginn and Company, 1905.

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Description v, 126 pages 20 cm
Copyright Date by Ginn and Company, 1905.
Notes "This little volume had its origin in a series of papers read to the Ethical club of Washington, D.C., at the time just preceding and following the Spanish war."--Preface.
Contents I. Introduction. -- II. The ethics of heroism. -- III. The ethics of patriotism. -- IV. Can war be defended on the authority of Christ? -- V. Can war be defended on grounds of reason? -- VI. Some objections.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)474928
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WorldCat Identities Warner, H. E. 1839-1930.
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