To treat combatants on both sides as morally on a par, and both justified by the law of aquot;discipline;aquot; not only entirely overthrows this analogy, but admits the atrocious moral heresy that the organic centre of a State, called aquot; the Government , aquot; can, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The ethics of war: an essay, republ. from the Westm. review|
|Author||:||Francis William Newman|