Armed Peace vs. Real Peace
Philosophy and Literature

Armed Peace vs. Real Peace

The means to real peace: an excerpt[1] No government [or community, Turkana, Pokot, Samburu] admits any more that it keeps an army [community’s warriors] to satisfy occasionally the desire for conquest. Rather the army [warriors] is supposed to serve for defense, and one invokes the morality that approves of self-defense. But this implies one’s own … Continue reading