6 edition of The Moral Warrior found in the catalog.
March 6, 2004 by State University of New York Press .
Written in English
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The Moral Warrior is a powerful and highly nuanced exploration of the distinctive ethical challenges faced by U.S. military leaders today as they plan and carry forth the profession of war. Cook does a masterful job situating his analysis within the historical tradition of just war theory while maintaining a firm grasp of the particular demands /5(4).
“The Moral Warrior is a thoughtful, subtle, and penetrating study of the ethical challenges that military leaders need to meet as they respond to demanding new missions from Kosovo to Iraq.
Martin L. Cook is a fine teacher: clear, undogmatic, and compassionate. The Moral Warrior: Ethics and Service in the U.S. Military (Suny Series, Ethics and the Military Profession) - Kindle edition by Cook, Martin L.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Moral facets of military service --The moral framework of war --Why serve the state?Moral foundations of military officership --The normative dimensions of military professionalism --The moral role of professional military advice --Moral.
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(Powerpoint presentation based on Ch 1 of the book can be found here.) Martin L. Cook's The Moral Warrior: Ethics and service in the U. military is a somewhat connected set of chapters on a number of different issues in involving military ethics. Overall the book lacks a specific focus and coherence, and was written at an awkward moment in military ethics.
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