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Cecile Fabre is currently Professor of Political Philosophy at Oxford University, and Fellow in Philosophy at Lincoln College. She has published extensively on rights, justice, and war--her latest monograph, Cosmopolitan War, came out with OUP in 2012.
Seth Lazar is a continuing research fellow at the School of Philosophy in the Research School of Social Sciences, and the Australian National university. He writes on war and killing, and has published in the premier international journals in moral and political philosophy.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements 1. Introduction, Cecile Fabre and Seth Lazar 2. National Defence, Self-Defence, and the Problem of Political Aggression, Seth Lazar 3. Understanding the Political Defensive Privilege, Patrick Emerton and Toby Handfield 4. The Myth of National Self-Defence, David Rodin 5. Cosmopolitanism and Wars of Self-Defence, Cecile Fabre 6. What Rights may be Defended by Means of War?, Jeff McMahan 7. Distributive Justice, Human Rights, and Territorial Integrity: A Contractarian Account of the Crime of Aggression, Yitzhak Benbaji 8. Collective Self-Determination, Institutions of Justice, and Wars of National Defence, Margaret Moore 9. Territorial Rights and National Defence, Anna Stilz 10. Democracy, Defence, and the Threat of Intervention, Christopher Kutz Index