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Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence

Jack N. Barkenbus

Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence

by Jack N. Barkenbus

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Published by New Era Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Deterrence (Strategy),
  • Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Nuclear warfare

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11297602M
    ISBN 100892260831
    ISBN 109780892260836

    'This is a long and carefully argued book, which also includes an interesting account of moral theory, a survey of the moral and strategic literature on nuclear deterrence, and a discussion of the In my view this book will not be surpassed as the case for unilateral nuclear disarmament. @article{osti_, title = {The logic of deterrence}, author = {Kenny, A}, abstractNote = {In The Logic of Deterrence, Kenny presents a guide to the theory and ethics of the complicated subject of deterrence. Kenny begins by examining the necessary conditions for any war to be just and then applies these principles to the cases of limited and total nuclear war.

    Jessica L. Cox, Director, Nuclear Policy Directorate at NATO HQ, was the author of an article on the continued relevance of nuclear deterrence to NATO security. The event was moderated by Tom Plant, Director, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy, RUSI.   The Cold War was still raging, and the Vatican accepted, albeit reluctantly, nuclear deterrence – the concept of keeping weapons to stop others from using them – rather than outright abolition at that time. Some 30 years later, in a changed global reality, the Vatican foreign minister told the U.N. that deterrence was the chief obstacle to.

    They also address the question of when, and under which conditions, nuclear energy should play a role in the world's future supply of electricity, looking at both developing and industrialized countries. The book will interest readers in ethics and political philosophy, social and political sciences, nuclear engineering, and policy studies. Chapter 3: Nuclear Deterrence and the Moral Imperative of Common Security Chapter 4: The Ontological and Moral Incoherence of Nuclear-Armed Liberal Democracies Chapter 5: Morally Responsible Action to Realize the Humanitarian Imperative to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. Chapter 6: Conclusion: A Nuclear Ethics of Justice, Order, and Survival.


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Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence by Jack N. Barkenbus Download PDF EPUB FB2

Many claim that nuclear deterrence is responsible for keeping peace between the superpowers in the post-World War II age. Yet nuclear deterrence has always made moralists, philosophers, and just plain people uncomfortable, based as it is on our own vulnerability and the threat to unleash nuclear weapons in response to aggression from enemies who seek to exploit this vulnerability.

"An important book [that] could change the teaching of the Catholic Church on the morality of nuclear deterrence."--America "The most important contribution so far to the debate over the ethics of nuclear deterrence."--New York Review of BooksCited by: Isinya kayaknya hampir sama dengan Jurnal Ethics vol 95 no 3, Special Issue: Symposium on Ethics and Nuclear Deterrence.

Soalnya alamat yang Mearsheimer berikan untuk Introduction buku itu malah masuk ke halaman jurnal Ethics di atas/5. The Gadget, nuclear device to test the world's 1st atomic bomb, New Mexico, CREDIT: Public Domain This article is in response to the Carnegie Council video clip "Are Nuclear Weapons Useful?"and was first posted on the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education website on February 2, On J at am, a 30, foot mass of smoke rose in New.

The organisation was disbanded in Januaryjust as the nuclear age was beginning. It is Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence book example of pre-nuclear deterrence. As we seek to deter an array of non-nuclear threats, from incremental land-grabs in the South China Sea to the next Crimea-like annexation of a sovereign territory, there is much to study from the experience of the SOE.

‘In Defence of Deterrence’, p. 85 in Ethics and Nuclear Deterrence, Goodwin, G. (ed.) (London: Croom Helm, ). 14 Shaw, op. cit. n p. 15 G. Kavka's, paper on paradoxes in deterrence (op. cit. note 5) raises deep philosophical problems about the intentionality involved in deterrence, which it would be worth at least another.

21st Century nuclear deterrence, theory and ethics in an Alliance context Conference Paper (PDF Available) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Numerous books were published on topics like brinkmanship, MAD, limited retaliation, and first strikes. In many ways, Nuclear Deterrence Theory is the culmination of this literature and the answer to many of questions posed within it.

In Nuclear Deterrence Theory, Powell uses game theory to address the topics listed s: 2. Robert Powell, Nuclear Deterrence Theory: The Search for Credibility Reviewed By. Douglas P. Lackey - - Philosophy in Review 12 (2) An Examination of a Moral Argument Against Nuclear Deterrence.

It is a collection of twenty-five essays which confront issues raised by nuclear deterrence policy and the Catholic Church's response to this ethical dilemma. This book addresses the tradition of the Church, the making of public policy, religious ethics, and the implications for American Catholics.

The ethics of nuclear deterrence: an introduction / Jack N. Barkenbus --The attack on deterrence: reflection on morality and strategic praxis / Adam M. Garfinkle --The nuclear deterrence dilemma: in search of a way out / Enrico Jacchia --Transitions to a moral political order / K.

Subrahmanyam --Deterrence, defense and the sanctification of. Nonstrategic Nuclear Thinking:The Logic of Deterrence. Anthony Kenny; Nuclear Weapons and the Future of Humanity: The Fundamental Questions. Avner Cohen, Steven Lee. Thomas Donaldson - - Ethics 97 (3) Deterrence and détente / Geoffrey Goodwin -- Theological method in the deterrence debate / G.R.

Dunstan -- A Christian unilateralism from a Christian. Inthe Holy See signaled that, in its view, deterrence had become a cover for the failure to disarm.

30 Since then, it has evolved an ethics and a diplomacy opposed to the continuation of nuclear deterrence as a feature of global security. In a recent book (The Logic of Deterrence) which brilliantly argues for phased nuclear disarmament, Anthony Kenny puts the absolutist condemnation of deterrence thus: The most important moral point is the principle, basic to European morality since its enunciation by Socrates, that it is better to undergo wrong than to do wrong.

ETHICS OF NUCLEAR DETERRENCE 5 point3 would be not just matter for purist regret. woul It d lie at the heart of the moral analysis of deterrence, for on alternative resolutions of it turns the fundamental difference betweeΒ ann Positiod Positionn C— and thus, on the argument developed in Part IV o thif s commentary, the.

6 th August marked the 75 year of humanitarian crisis that was caused by the dropping of a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan by the United States of America. It has been 75 years since then, the world hasn’t seen the use of nuclear bombs. Many security experts all around the globe attribute this stability and world peace, to the Nuclear Deterrence Doctrine.

This shift from the ethics of war to the ethics of nuclear deterrence has significant theoretical and practical implications. First, the emphasis on deterrence extends the scope of the moral responsibility to prevent nuclear holocaust from the hands of a few military and political decision makers to.

Similar books and articles Is Nuclear Deterrence Paradoxical?:Nuclear Deterrence, Morality, and Realism. John Finnis, Joseph M. Boyle, Jr., Germain Grisez; Moral Paradoxes of Nuclear Deterrence.

Gregory Kavka. [REVIEW] Jeff McMahan - - Ethics 99 (2) An Examination of a Moral Argument Against Nuclear Deterrence.

Nuclear Deterrence, Morality and Realism by John Finnis and Joseph M. Boyle Jr. and Germain Grisez Boyle, and Grisez explore in their impressive book. About the authors themselves one need only say that they are all three Roman Catholics, It is the most important contribution so far to the debate over the ethics of nuclear deterrence.

Therefore, since the strategy of nuclear deterrence puts innocent lives in both the opponent and retaliatory countries at risk, then it too is intrinsically wrong. Though these arguments against nuclear deterrence make sense within each framework, one must also view the issue from a worldly and militaristic standpoint.

His research interests are in the fields of nuclear ethics, nuclear arms control and disarmament, international political theory, international security, and U.S.

foreign policy. He has published one book, The Ethics of Nuclear Weapons Dissemination: Moral Dilemmas of Aspiration, Avoidance, and Prevention (Routledge ).the ethics of nuclear deterrence Introduction: The ethics of nuclear weapons including the doctrine of deterrence have risen to become issues of public reputation and entity introspection.

The idea of deterrence can be described as the use of threats by one party to induce another party to desist from initiating particular course of actions.