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Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, ISBN13 9781137347251, ISBN10 1137347252
In this innovative treatment of the ethics of war, Ryan P. Cumming brings classical sources of just war theory into conversation with African American voices. Drawing on the Black press of the early twentieth century and modern writers like Cornel West, James Cone, and Manning Marable, this volume develops new questions about the authority to wage war, the causes that can justify war, and the economic costs of war. The result is a new direction in just war thought that challenges dominant interpretations of just war theory by looking to the perspectives of those on the underside of history and politics.
|Number of Pages:||239|
|Author:||Cumming, Ryan P.|
|Series Title:||Content and Context in Theological Ethics|
|Publication Date:||August, 2013|
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