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    Changes In Rape Culture

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    Although so much has changed and improved in rape culture, there is still so much growing that still needs to occur. Far too often, the victim blames his or herself. Regardless of the amount of clothing they were wearing, or if they were voluntarily on a date with the person, or if they were drunk, it is never the victim’s fault. This was very hard for me to understand, and over the past two years, my mind has been flooded with many contradictory thoughts. Was I raped? Of course not. You…

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    right to go to war, just conduct in War (Jus in Bello) and Justice after war (Jus post bellum). Under these guidelines, a state can practically conduct whether they are going to war for the right reasons, as well as reasons that benefit both sides, and that is not inherently set out for the wrong intentions. As for the Syrian Civil War, the just war theory provides a framework that narrowly defines it as not a just war. I will explain…

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    Violence is also justified in war. Obviously, war tends to be very violent but sometimes people would say that violence in war has to have a limit. In actuality, there is no limit of violence in war. In the article “Hiroshima: Was It Necessary”, Doug Long (n.d.) writes about how there is no limit in war by using the bombing of Hiroshima as an example. Japan was fighting against the United States and had four years bombed Pearl Harbor. The United States fought back but Japan did not surrender.…

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    Benefits Of A Just War

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    • Just War - a “just” war is one in which expected benefits of fighting a war must be viewed relative to the expected negative consequences and outcomes. • Requirements – o A just war should be a last resort after considering and utilizing all non-violent options to justify the use of force. o A legitimate authority can only wage just war. o A just war takes place in support of a wrong suffered. For instance, self-defense against an armed attack is justifiable. o Deaths and injury due to the…

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    In the Just War Theory, there is a list of reasons when and why it is okay to go to war, and kill in war. I believe that it is okay to kill in war due to the fighting for your own survival, fighting for the protection of others and what is stated in the Bible. When in your home country, you are forced to see you people living in harmony and peace, or see them perish due to the fact that you cannot protect them. George Orwell has stated that, "Those who “abjure” violence can only do so because…

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    THE ETHICS OF DRONE WARFARE Introduction Recent developments in technology have made possible the creation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that are capable of operating at high altitudes for extended periods of time. These UAVs are capable of deploying precision guided weapons, and can be controlled remotely from the other side of the world. This means that American UAV pilots are able to kill with the push of a button from thousands of miles away. In addition to these advancements are…

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    Discuss Thomas Gnosticism. What did it mean to be a Thomas Christian? How was that different from Johannine or Pauline Christianity ? Include a broad description of the Gospel of Thomas, the Book of Thomas the Contender, and the Acts of Thomas , pointing to their similarity and differences Gospel of Thomas According to class lecture notes on November 17th 2016 , The Gospel of Thomas can be set during the early part…

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    casualties overseas, it is the United States’ responsibility as the indispensable nation to act against them and for those who cannot fight for themselves. According to the Just War Theory, American military intervention is justified on moral grounds in this situation. The first portion of the Just War Theory is jus ad bellum, or just initiation of war. This means that in…

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    Anti-Semitism in the Gospel of John Many people today discredit the validity of the Gospel of John because it includes content that may be interpreted as anti-Jewish. This material could be a reflection of the emerging division between Jewish Christian and Jews. In this paper, I will be inspecting the Gospel of John to validate the presence of anti-Semitic material. Exploration of the historical background of this time will be analyzed to determine the derivation of anti-Semitism within this…

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    There is not any other instance of decision-making which is more pivotal and unfortunate than the choice of an authoritative power to go on a war and utilize its military force against its supposed enemies. But in the most obvious cases, these choices are likewise troublesome. Subsequently, the concept of justifiable war should be appropriately assessed and evaluated by the authoritative entities in light of human rights enforcement. The directions regarding the modernized concept of the…

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