All stores are open, see our trading hours
FREE SHIPPING FOR AUSTRALIAN WEB ORDERS OVER $99
WISHLISTS
All stores are open, see our trading hours
eBook

Cain's Crime

eBook|May 2018
Product Rating: 0

$17.82

Democracy requires a commitment to dialogue and deliberation, as well as a commitment to seek peaceful solutions. Is democracy possible in states that earn significant portions of their revenue from the manufacture and sales of arms, that give weapons away...


Instant download

Expected to ship tomorrow from Australia.

Read using our free app on your tablet or mobile!

Free Shipping
for orders over $99.

You May Also Like

eBook
Practicing Discipleship eBook
$17.60
$17.60
in stock
eBook
Just War as Christian Disciple eBook
$24.59
$24.59
in stock
eBook
Ethics and the Wars of Insurgency eBook
$18.56
$18.56
in stock
eBook
Justpeace Ethics eBook
$13.78
$13.78
in stock
eBook
Blessed Are the Peacemakers eBook
$40.26
$40.26
in stock
eBook
The Ethics of War eBook
The Ethics of War

eBook
No rating
$3.99
$3.99
in stock
eBook
Christian Attitudes to War, Peace, and Revolution eBook
$37.60
$37.60
in stock
eBook
Evangelical Peacemakers eBook
$18.56
$18.56
in stock
eBook
Seizing the Nonviolent Moments eBook
$17.60
$17.60
in stock
eBook
After War, is Faith Possible? eBook
$25.24
$25.24
in stock

Democracy requires a commitment to dialogue and deliberation, as well as a commitment to seek peaceful solutions. Is democracy possible in states that earn significant portions of their revenue from the manufacture and sales of arms, that give weapons away in huge numbers, and that turn quickly to violence in the face of difficulties? The proliferation of weapons is nearly as great a tragedy of the commons as global warming, and the evidence indicates that civilians are increasingly being targeted in wars. How large is the problem of war today? Given that the members of the UN Security Council are among the chief manufacturers of weapons, are there any useful mechanisms in place for limiting wars or the supply of deadly weapons? Is it time, in view of the callousness with which non-combatants are killed, to re-examine our basic reasons for valuing human life? Cain's Crime re-introduces an ethical theory popular at the dawn of the twentieth century and examines the extent of violence in the contemporary world, from neo-colonial wars, civil wars, freedom movements, and ethnic conflicts to the oldest war of all, the systematic and continuing murder of women in cultures where they are valued less than men.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 540193
  • Product Code 9781532632471
  • ISBN 1532632479
  • EAN 9781532632471
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category War/peace
  • Publisher Cascade Books
  • Publication Date May 2018
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 2.63 MB (EPUB)
Cain's Crime: The Proliferation of Weapons and the Targeting of Civilians in Contemporary War Paperback
$35.99
$35.99

Bestsellers in Christian Worldview

New ArrivaleBook
Nonviolence eBook
$17.14
$17.14
in stock
eBook
The Ethics of War eBook
The Ethics of War

eBook
No rating
$3.99
$3.99
in stock
eBook
Gods and Arms eBook
$19.51
$19.51
in stock
eBook
Evangelical Peacemakers eBook
$18.56
$18.56
in stock
eBook
Justpeace Ethics eBook
$13.78
$13.78
in stock
eBook
Innocents Lost eBook
$32.99
$32.99
in stock
eBook
Peace Be With You eBook
$11.99
$11.99
in stock