Military Ethics and Peace Psychology
A Dialogue:a Special Issue of peace and Conflict
Edited by Jean Maria Arrigo, Richard V. Wagner
Psychology Press – 2005 – 112 pages
First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Volume 11, Number 1, 2005
Contents: J.M. Arrigo, R.V. Wagner, Introduction: A Dialogue Between Peace Psychology and Military Ethics. F. Heider, Violence and Ecology. Lt. Col. D.A. Roblyer, Beyond Precision: Morality, Decision Making, and Collateral Casualties. G. Levinger, Five Obstacles Facing Military Ethics. M. Schwebel, Can Wars Be Just? R.J. Wolfe, J.M. Darley, Protracted Asymmetrical Conflict Erodes Standards for Avoiding Civilian Casualties. M. Deutsch, Commentary on Morality, Decision Making, and Collateral Casualties. Lt. Col. D.A. Roblyer, Response to Four Commentaries on "Beyond Precision." Maj. W. Schrepel, Paras and Centurions: Lessons Learned From the Battle of Algiers. A. Pepitone, Comments on "Paras and Centurions." M. Pilisuk, Unprofessional Warriors: Lesson Small and Large. A.S. Winter, Battle of Algiers/Battle of Baghdad. Maj. W. Schrepel, Responding to Comments on "Paras and Centurions."