Restitution Post Bellum: Property, Inheritance, and Corrective Justice

Journal of Applied Philosophy 36 (3):357-365 (2019)
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The aftermath of war is always messy and complicated. When should objects or resources that were unjustly taken in wartime be returned to the victims of misappropriation, or their heirs? This article advances two arguments that are intended to buttress claims for the restitution of property in general, and particularly claims advanced by the heirs of the original victims of misappropriation.
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