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THE BASIS OF MORAL LIABILITY TO DEFENSIVE KILLING Jeff

THE BASIS OF MORAL LIABILITY TO DEFENSIVE KILLING. Jeff McMahan. Rutgers University. There may be circumstances in which it is morally justifiable intentionally to kill a person who is morally innocent, threatens no one, rationally wishes not to die, and does not consent to be killed. Although the killing would.

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Criminal Code

Dec 31, 2005 ... ... not prejudicial .............................................................................44. 16. Extent of justification ...........................................................................................45. 17. Consent to fight cannot justify harm ....................................................................45. 18. Consent to killing unjustifiable .............................................................................45.

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Suspense / Thrillers

The Cabinet of Curiosities. By Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. Charm School . By Nelson DeMille. Child 44. By Tom Rob Smith. The Children of Men. By P.D. James. Clear and Present Danger. By Tom Clancy. The Club Dumas. By Arturo Perez-Reverte. Consent to Kill. By Vince Flynn. The Da Vinci Code. By Dan Brown.

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BLR 681 (CA)

Flynote. Criminal procedure - Threat to kill - Prior written consent of Director of Public Prosecutions - Not required that consent to be handed into court before trial commencing but that written consent to be obtained before prosecution instituted -. Penal Code (Cap 08:01), s 220(2). Headnote. The appellant was found guilty of ...

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Chronological Order Of The Mitch Rapp Storyline The Mitch Rapp

Chronological Order Of The Mitch Rapp Storyline. The Mitch Rapp story begins with American Assassin, followed by Kill Shot, Transfer of Power,. The Third Option, Separation of Power, Executive Power, Memorial Day, Consent to Kill, Act of. Treason, Protect and Defend, Extreme Measures, Pursuit of Honor, The Last Man, ...

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Consent to Harm

killing as morally neutral as borrowing a book-it is still regret-. 67. See PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE, supra note 65, at 90. 68. Id. at 91. 69. See GEORGE P. FLETCHER, RETHINKING CRIMINAL LAw 705 ( 1978); Vera. Bergelson, The Right to Be Hurt: Testing the Boundaries of Consent, 75 GEO.

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Draft Criminal Code

Consent by mistake of fact. 11. Consent by exercise of undue authority. 12. Consent by person in authority not given in good faith. 13. Exercise of authority. 14. Explanation of authority. 15. Invalid consent not prejudicial. 16. Extent of justification. 17. Consent to fight cannot justify harm. 18. Consent to killing unjustifiable. 19.

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Consent to the Use of Force and International Law Supremacy

Feb 11, 2013 ... See NILS MELZER, TARGETED KILLING IN INTERNATIONAL LAw 51–52 (2008 ) (“To the knowledge of the present author, however, no detailed analyses have been conducted as to potential limits imposed by the law of interstate force specifically on the authority of States to consent to targeted killings on ...

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When Diplomacy Fails: Consent, Risk and Modern Warfare

currently commands the 354th Operations Group, Eielson AFB, AK. He is the author of Killing. Without Heart: Limits on Robotic Warfare in an Age of Persistent Conflict, published by Potomac. Books. When Diplomacy Fails: Consent, Risk and Modern Warfare. “…if war has changed, the underlying logic of settling political.

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Death, Killing, and War

Two other types of justification for killing are consent and lesser evil. Consent, which involves the waiving of a right, is in many cases an important element in the justification for euthanasia. And some just war theorists have thought that consent is an important part of the justification for killing in war. They think that by  ...

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Notes on Locke on limited government

If consent establishes moral legitimacy, and you are obligated to obey and support a government to which you give free and voluntary consent, then you can be obligated to support and obey a government that claims .... aided them, Locke supposes, forfeit their rights to life and may be killed or enslaved. In a phrase.

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Who May Be Killed? Anwar al-Awlaki as a Case Study in the

Predator drone was in position to strike and kill a group of al Qaeda suspects— including one who was an American citizen—in a car moving through an isolated stretch of desert in Yemen.59. Even if we assume that some degree of consent to lethal strikes existed as of. 2002, the extent to which it continues to exist today is ...

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Death, Killing, and War1

A person cannot be liable to a greater harm if the infliction of a lesser harm would have an equal or greater probability of fully achieving the justified defensive aim. Two other types of justification for killing are consent and lesser evil. Consent, which involves the waiving of a right, is in many cases an important element in the.

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Homicide by Necessity

Dec 26, 2006 ... If so, this would seem to contradict the common law principle that consent is no defense to intentional homicide. What if some members of the group object to the drawing of lots? Might lots be drawn for them by proxy? If the person selected re- fuses to be killed, might he be justified in using self-defense to.

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Duty, Obedience, Desert, and Proportionality in War: A Response

states that this consent by soldiers is “morally effective”—that is, that it makes it morally permissible for their enemies to kill them. I argued in Killing in War that if this were true, one might reasonably refuse to grant unjust aggressors that permission by fighting not as a soldier but simply as an individual.6 Benbaji agrees that ...

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based case for limits to consent's capacity to legitimise

about obtaining the consent of their patients if they are to ensure that such consent is effective? Can one consent to be killed and, if so, in what circumstances? The literature on consent is replete with assertions about limits to consent's capacity to legitimise. Such assertions, based as they are on contested intuitions, lead us.

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Euthanasia: Criminal, Tort, Constitutional and Legislative

Jun 1, 1973 ... Likewise, the common law has never recognized consent of the victim as a defense to criminal homicide.'8 Many countries have a special offense of "homi- cide by request" which makes any killing done at the urgent request of the victim a less culpable crime than murder, 9 but the common law stands for ...

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What We Could Rationally Will

Since White could rationally give such consent, the Consent Principle rightly permits us to save the five, whether or not White actually consents. Return next to Tunnel. Most of us would believe that, in this case, it would not be wrong for us to redirect the train, so that it would kill. 300. The Tanner Lectures on Human Values  ...

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Unanimous Consent Agreements: Going Along in the Senate

A single senator can kill a unanimous consent request, whereas even a sizable minority of representatives is helpless against a minimal winning coalition that favors a special rule. Thus the puzzle: if indeed the contemporary Senate is "in an era of rampant individualism" (Davidson, 1985), then why are lasting objections to.

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Thomson's Trolley Problem

one does not, and is not required to, consent to being killed and the bystander has a permissible alternative. If Thomson is correct here, then it is not morally permissible for the bystand- er to turn the trolley in Bystander. As the permissibility of that option was the ba- sis of her rejection of Foot's solution to her problem—that of ...

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