On the problem of dehumanising rhetoric in war – A Christian theological perspective

Dehumanising rhetoric in the context of war is nothing new and the recent statement by U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major John Wayne Troxell that the Joint Force fighting ISIS is on orders to annihilate the enemy and if ISIS fighters do not choose to surrender, they should be killed “with extreme prejudice, whether that be … More On the problem of dehumanising rhetoric in war – A Christian theological perspective

Review: “The Ethics of War and Peace. An Introduction” by Helen Frowe

The 2nd edition of Helen Frowe’s work “The Ethics of War and Peace. An Introduction” was published by Routledge in 2016. Frowe is Professor of Practical Philosophy at the University of Stockholm and director of the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace. The 280 pages volume covers in the first 5 chapters … More Review: “The Ethics of War and Peace. An Introduction” by Helen Frowe