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Naval War College Review

Volume 57, Number 3 (2004) Summer/Autumn


The Greek philosopher Aristotle (c. 384–322 BC), who by virtue of his Nichomachean Ethics is arguably the founder of ethics as a secular study, in contradistinction to the more religiously oriented moral philosophy of his teacher Plato, and of Plato’s own mentor, Socrates. Over 2,300 years later, ethics—as a practical discipline as well as a scholarly pursuit—remains a central concern of the Naval War College. This issue collects, under the rubric “Legal and Ethical Issues of IRAQI FREEDOM,” articles emerging from, and addressing key issues of, the College’s fifteenth annual Professional Ethics Conference, held in November 2003.

Full Issue

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Summer/Autumn Full Issue
The U.S. Naval War College

From the Editor

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A Note from the Editors
The U.S. Naval Editors

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From the Editors
The U.S. Naval War College Press

President's Forum

Articles

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Jus Post Bellum
Louis V. Iasiello

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Principia Leviathan
Neta C. Crawford

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New Rules for War?
Joel Rosenthal

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Self-Inflicted Vulnerabilities
Stephen D. Wolthusen

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To the Edge of Nowhere?
Gudni Th. Jóhannesson

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews
The U.S. Naval War College

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Rumsfeld’s War,
Jan Van Tol

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The Art of War,
Carnes Lord

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Corporate Warriors,
Richard Lacquement

Additional Writings

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Research and Debate
Eric J. Labs