Этика военной интервенции. Аргумент Дж. Ст. Милля и его современное значение
Vox. Философский журнал. 2015. № 18. С. 1-11.
The article deals with J.S. Mill’s arguments for military interventions justified in exceptional cases. Mill declared doctrine of non-intervention to be the key principle of the world politics. This principle postulates value of freedom and the right of people to self-determination. But there are some cases – such as revolutions, mass human rights violations or in fighting against barbaric state – when enlightened nations should take responsibility to establish peace and welfare with the use of force. Mill’s conception, adapted to 21st century political reality, is still used for military operations verification.
Priority areas: humanitarian
, Russian Sociological Review 2015 Vol. 14 No. 4 P. 77-91
This article deals with the critique of Just War Theory (JWT) which appeared in the works of Carl Schmitt. JWT was revived in the middle of 1900s and was treated as an absolutely secular direction for military ethics. However, being Christian in its origin JWT retained a certain religious reasoning. This call for political morality ...
Added: October 22, 2014
, Философские науки 2020 Т. 63 № 11 С. 58-73
The article deals with the problem of moral justification of humanitarian intervention by modern just war theorists. At the beginning of the article, we discuss the evolution of the dominant paradigms of the moral justification of war and explain why the theory and practice of humanitarian intervention appears only at the present stage of the ...
Added: August 11, 2021
, , Социологическое обозрение 2020 Т. 19 № 3 С. 267-280
The paper considers the Russian translation of the article “A Few Words on Non-Intervention” written by British political philosopher and logician John Stuart Mill, and whose article, published in 1859, transforms the criteria restricting the principle of non-interference. Thus, in the essay “On Freedom”, the rule of non-interference into private life is described, but in ...
Added: October 8, 2020
, Just War Theory as War, Justice and Theory / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP "Working Papers of Humanities". 2014. No. 03.
The Just War Theory is one of the most rapidly progressing theoris of practical ethics. The theory outscored Realism, which reigned supreme as a normative philosophy of war for decades. Unlike Realism JWT strives to provide moral justification for wars. Like any other theory, the theory is based on a number of widely shared assumptions, ...
Added: April 29, 2014
, Српска политичка мисао 2016 Vol. 23 No. 51 P. 31-47
The author of this paper presents the dilemmas over the meaning of victory in contemporary wars, arguing that wars such as "war on terror", "humanitarian intervention" and especially "just war" seem to be unwinnable. In the first part of the paper the author presents the normative meaning of the term "victory" which goes beyond the ...
Added: November 7, 2015
, Этическая мысль 2019 Т. 19 № 2 С. 152-167
The article contains investigation and critique of the foundations of the contemporary just war theory. The foundations are culture specific and do not possess the necessary character traits of the universal ethical theory. The major theses of the article are the following: The contemporary war cannot be just, but can be justified. The contemporary just war theory ...
Added: December 9, 2019
, СПб. : Алетейя, 2019
Монография посвящена малоизученной в отчественной научной литературе теме - современной теории справедливой войны. В центре внимания автора - концепции справедливой войны М. Уолцера, Н. Фоушина, Б. Оренда и Дж. МакМахана. В работе подробно разбирается специфика интерпретации теории справедливой войны каждого из этих авторов, выявляются теоретические основания их концепций и определяются ключевые направления развития теории справедливой войны в XXI в. ...
Added: April 14, 2016
, Социологическое обозрение 2020 Т. 19 № 3 С. 281-299
The essay “A Few Words on Non-intervention” by British philosopher and politician John Stuart Mill, published in Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country in December, 1859, has been translated into Russian for the first time for this issue of the Russian Sociological Review. Here, Mill justifies the foreign policy of the British Empire, and considers ...
Added: October 8, 2020
, СПб. : Издательство Европейского университета в Санкт-Петербурге, 2019
The social and political meaning of war has changed over the history of Western civilization. Each era from Antiquity to the present has its own way of understanding war and providing it with moral assessment. At the same time, the duality of the attitude to war was steadily reproduced. People were constantly trying to tame ...
Added: November 5, 2019
, Minimal Justice and Regime Change in Brian Orend’s Political Ethics / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP20 "Философия и исследования культуры". 2016.
Brian Orend, one of the leading just war theorists, is best known today for elaborating jus post bellum principles while his works contain another distinctive component, concept of “minimally just” political community. This article explores Briand Orend’s conception of “minimally just” political community, especially the meaning of this concept for Orend’s version of just war ...
Added: October 16, 2015
, Вопросы философии 2020 № 2 С. 14-25
The ongoing current transformation of war is different from the transformations of the past not only in scope, but also in its meaning and profoundness. This transformation is comparable only to the profound transformation, which was taking place at the dawn of Modernity and led to the emergence of the sovereign states. The contemporary transformation is triggered by the ...
Added: March 12, 2020
, , Военно-юридический журнал 2014 № 7 С. 21-32
Victory should be regarded as a military version of a success. There is a difference between the content and meaning of victory. The contemporary transformation of war is dramatically shifting the meaning of victory. The normative conceptions of war, such as pacifism, militarism, realism and just war theory have their own conceptions of meaning and ...
Added: April 29, 2014
, Boston, Leiden : Brill, Nijhoff, 2017
Most books and articles still treat leadership and ethics as related though separate phenomena. This edited volume is an exception to that rule, and explicitly treats leadership and ethics as a single domain. Clearly, ethics is an aspect of leadership, and not a distinct approach that exists alongside other approaches to leadership. This holds especially ...
Added: November 8, 2015
, Этическая мысль 2019 Т. 19 № 2 С. 137-151
The article considers punishment as a source of legitimization of war. The author traces the history of punitive paradigm of war, notes the moment when it was replaced by the legalist paradigm and considers the reactualization of the idea of punishment as a just basis of war. In order to to deal with these issues, ...
Added: November 5, 2019
, Культура: управление, экономика, право 2016 № 2 С. 6-12
This article explores Briand Orend’s concept of minimally just political community, especially the meaning of this concept for Orend’s version of just war theory. Orend uses Kantian political and moral philosophy in order to prove there are two key functions of state: protection of human rights and establishing order. Since human rights are universal, a ...
Added: April 14, 2016
, , СПб. : Алетейя, 2016
Коллективная монография посвящена одной из фундаментальных проблем этики – определению возможности нравственного ограничения войны. В XXI в. ввиду диверсификации политического пространства, развития различных видов глобализации и интеграции, а также усиления значения ассиметричных сил требуется провести ревизию философских традиций войны и подвергнуть критическому анализу сам концепт войны. в то же время, решение поставленной задачи невозможно без ...
Added: December 8, 2015
, Review of Contemporary Philosophy 2016 Vol. 15 No. 1 P. 108-131
In reference to three competing negative principles of freedom (non-frustration, non-interference, and non-domination), Philip Pettit recently presented an argument in favor of the absolute prioritization of non-domination. I refute the absolute priority claim on both analytical and contextual grounds and prove that none of these principles is superior to the others. The contextual analysis shows ...
Added: April 4, 2016
, Военно-юридический журнал 2017 № 2 С. 3-7
The basic historical stages of the existence of war are constituted by the special combinations of its factual and normative sides. The contemporary transformation of war means first and foremost the sifts of the major proportions of this combinations. From its factual side the war tends to become robotic, informational, hybrid, etc. From its normative ...
Added: November 23, 2016
, Философские науки 2020 Т. 63 № 1 С. 85-100
The article raises the question of the modern meaning of Kant's doctrine of war. The context and content of the key provisions of Kant's concept of pepetual peace are considered. At the same time, we note the ideological relationship between Kant and previous authors who made proposals on the need to build alliances of states ...
Added: June 22, 2020
, Логос 2019 Т. 29 № 3 С. 99-116
The article provides a brief overview of the history of understanding of war in European thought. Transformation of the perception of war as a socio-political phenomenon is traced in chronological order. Author focuses on the assessments of war from the standpoint of ethics and political theory. It is observed in the text how key questions ...
Added: August 4, 2019
, В кн. : Wartosci i idee a polityka. : Rzeszow : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowkiego, 2016. С. 83-91.
The article deals with the problem of Russian science and public mind isolation from western discussion on normative principles of war. Commonplaces in European and American philosophy of war stay unknown in Russia. This situation causes difficulties for the dialogue between Russia and western world. In the same time reversion of Russian philosophy tradition could ...
Added: March 9, 2017
, , et al., L., Lanham, Boulder : Lexington Books, 2020
This third edition of Moral Constraints on War offers a principle by principle presentation of the ethics of war as is found in the age-old tradition of the Just War. Parts one and two trace the evolution of Just War Theory, analyzing the principles of jus ad bellum and jus in bello: the principles that determine the ...
Added: March 12, 2020
, В кн. : Этика войны и мира: история и перспективы исследования. : СПб. : Алетейя, 2016. С. 39-48.
This work is dedicated to the identification the place of the question of war and revolution in the Arendt's political theory. Its aim is to reveal the Arendt’s understanding of war and revolution as political phenomena. For this purpose will be considered the questions: What can be regarded as a key feature of the political ...
Added: December 9, 2015
Русская эмиграция и США. Ф.А. Степун и М.М. Карпович (предисловие к публикации писем Ф.А. Степуна М.М. Карповичу)
, Вопросы философии 2021 № 11 С. 138-146
The author examines a geopolitical line in the development of Russian philosophy in emigration. Not only the Russian revolution of 1917, not only the Nazi revolution of 1933–1935, but the Second World War changed the balance of power on the intellectual map of the world. Hitler was defeated by the Soviet Union with the help of the ...
Added: November 29, 2021