Not Just Cyberwarfare

Philosophy and Technology 28 (3):359-363 (2015)
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Bringsjord and Licato provide a general meta-argument that cyberwarfare is so different from traditional kinetic warfare that no argument from analogy can allow the just war theory of Augustine and Aquinas to be pulled over from traditional warfare to cyberwarfare. I believe that this meta-argument is sound and that it applies not just to cyberwarfare: in particular, on my reading of the meta-argument, argument from analogy has never been adequate to allow JWT to be applied to the kind of warfare that we are familiar with now
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By Disanalogy, Cyberwarfare Is Utterly New.Bringsjord, Selmer & Licato, John

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