The Critique of War Author:Robert Ginsberg, editor The critique of War represents a notable attempt to come to grips with the problems of war and peace. The issues examined are basic to the survivsl of the human race, especially in the age of nuclear weapons. When man can destroy the world in a matter of minutes, satisfactory to such questions as, What are the realistic alternatives to armed c... more »onfrontation? Is war a necessary condition to social existance? are vital.
Although philosophy has not developed clear answers to all these questions, The Critque of War offers, for the first time, a concerted effort by an international group of philosophers to commence a vigoruos analysis of the whole problem. What they provide may, in fact, offer the beginnings of an end to mankind's most pressing danger.« less