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Subject: Just War Theory, Pacifism and Realism
RealMan    12/12/2009 7:00:30 PM
Pacifism- Not being inclined towards the use of force. This is not trepidation. Realism- Understanding how globally acceptable moral prerogatives determine and control war. Wars must be globally acceptable in order to optimize support and participation concerninng coalitions, as these are force multipliers. Moral viability allows one to reach the humane inclinations of all men and women so that they will choose what is best for their societal representation on a nation state level. The widely used definition given for pacifism is unacceptable and the definition for realism is outrageous. The proper application of Just War Theory is the articulation of a unified and globally acceptable mandate concerning moral viability. Just War Theory is not just a premise variable as many would suggest, but a constant articulation of law enforcement at the beginning and end of all conflicts. This is a morally defining "distinction" of the combat. To Tasha I am sorry. My vanity got the best of me. All is vanity. Ecclesiastes, The Holy Bible
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RealMan       12/23/2009 7:40:23 AM
Tonight at 9:00 PM, I will unveil a new Just War Theory Variant. Hecklers are welcome.
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