Armistices; Law--Philosophy; Peace (Philosophy)
Nir Eisikovits, Associate Professor and Director, Graduate Program in Ethics and Public Policy, in the Department of Philosophy, Suffolk University, considers the challenges facing Kant’s idea of peace and speaks about the need for a theory of truces and ceasefires. He characterizes the philosophical and political commitments involved in truce making and considers the normative conditions under which it is most appropriate to make truces.
Respondent: Alice MacLachlan, York University, Department of Philosophy.
Eisikovits, Nir and MacLachlan, Alice, "Kill Me Tomorrow: Towards a Theory of Truces" (2012). Legal Philosophy Between State and Transnationalism Seminar Series. 5.