The writer is lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Barishal. This is a serious issue in law, where it is a necessary component of legal judgements. The scope and importance of any moral assessment of terrorism depends on just what is meant by "terrorism". The construction of terrorist groups is generally dependent on one's environment, relationship with the state, motivation and or goals. Terrorism involves the use or threat of violence and seeks to create fear, not just within the direct victims but among a wide audience.
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Need help? The novel feature of this definition is that it makes no reference to the status of those against whom terrorism is used.
Accordingly, the distinguishing fea- tures of terrorism lie in its manipulative method, not in facts about its agents or vic- tims. The virtue of this account is that it avoids importing any morally loaded terms into the definition of terrorism, and thus provides a neutral starting point from which to properly evaluate its permissibility. She points out that terrorism may be required to meet different justificatory burdens depending on whom it is employed against.
This is not to say that the latter is easier to justify than the former—Schwenkenbecher concludes by raising the interesting and under-explored issue of justifying the collateral killing that will often result from terrorist attacks, even those directed at the non-innocent. This book demonstrates the value of traditional philosophical analysis for think- ing about the most contemporary of ethical problems.
Download pdf. Remember me on this computer. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book engages with the most urgent philosophical questions pertaining to the problem of terrorism.
What is terrorism? Could it ever be justified? Assuming that terrorism is just one of many kinds of political violence, the book denies that it is necessarily wrong and worse than war.
This book engages with the most urgent philosophical questions pertaining to the problem of terrorism. Assuming that terrorism is just one of many kinds of political violence, the book denies that it is necessarily wrong and worse than war. In fact, it may be justifiable under. PDF | Anne Schwenkenbecher examines the most urgent philosophical questions pertaining to the problem of terrorism: What is terrorism, or, how should it be.