Journal: examine the importance and relevance of health economics and how it relates to an individuals health

Journal: examine the importance and relevance of health economics and how it relates to an individuals health

Answer 150 words for each Question Using the book The Ethics of War: Classic and Contemporary Readingsÿÿÿÿÿÿ2.Again, in the introduction to the course, we discussed (perhaps briefly), three traditions that dominate the ethics of war and peace.ÿ These are as follows: a) Realism, b) Pacifism, and c) Just War Theory.ÿ Describe these traditions.ÿ3.The early Greek historian, Thucydides (1), was the first Western writer to connect ethics and war.ÿ Illustrate this connection as he developed it in his History of the Peloponnesian War.ÿ Did he make direct and explicit connections?ÿ Elaborate.ÿ4.Plato (2) wrote about war in Greek Life.ÿ Specifically, he wrote The recurring point in Platos dialogues is that war should not be considered apart from justice.ÿ Support this statement.ÿ5.Aristotle (3) in (Book I) discusses two kinds of slavery natural slavery and slavery by convention.ÿ How does he relate these kinds of slavery to the idea of just vs. unjust war?ÿ Develop your discussion.ÿ6.Augustine (7) writes about war.ÿ One of the headings under which some excerpts are organized is the one that deals with the use of force in the service of religion.ÿ How does Augustine develop his argument?ÿ7.Gratian (10), in Questions IV and V, addresses the issue of the legitimacy for Christians of exerting punishment??ÿ Even though the discussion deals with concepts of retribution and jurisdiction as they (and others) apply to more personal issues, they can be applied to the issue of war.ÿ Elaborate on this.ÿ8.I8. ÿ ÿIn n.7., The pope may grant indulgences ??, even though the Saracens occupy it.ÿ How does Innocent lay the base for this statement and how does he justify the statement.(Pope Innocent IV; nn 1-4, 7-10).ÿ


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