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Title: War and power
Authors: Micallef, John
Keywords: War (Philosophy)
War -- Moral and ethical aspects
War and society
Power (Philosophy)
Balance of power
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Arts
Citation: Micallef, J. (1972). War and power. Journal of the Faculty of Arts, 5(2), 139-154.
Abstract: Relations between man and man are determined by the fact chat all men are equal before the law, that is, they have all the rights which the constitution grants to all adult human beings, such as the right to bear arms, the right to worship and so on. Such rights and the application of the law on every occasion on which these rights are questioned or denied give rise to the administration of justice as the basis for human relations. Such a basis of human relations can be expressed in the formula: what is mine is mine, and what is yours is yours — in relation to property; or in the formula. I do what I like and you do what you like — in relation to freedom; or more directly in relation to human relations. Don’t bug me and I won't bug you.
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