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. This paper seek to harmonize the different principles that qualifies a war to be just.
Just war as a theory have open boundaries of interpretation, there exist as many understanding of the concept of the concept as there are philosophers pursuing the same. not everyone have the same view towards the fruits of just war, some argue that killing is wrong no matter the purpose for which life is taken, they believe that force and killing is one way a government can enforce its interest (Orend, 2009) .
The first principle considered in many ancient literature to justify a war is the just ad bellum (justifications for war to be begin); it deals with what it takes for one to go into war. The second principle is just in bello (justice in the cause of war), which concern itself with conduct of two parties at war. The third principle of just war is just post bellum (justice after an event of war), which considers what is just to be done after the war has ended (Walzer, 2008).
According to early Christians, killing was treated as a sin and as such, no Christians were allowed to kill, but as more Romans converted to Christianity, the question arose whether is it possible for a Roman soldier to be a Christian considering their chances of taking lives. This issue was addressed by early Christina theologies; Augustine of Hope wrote several articles trying to explore the fate of roman soldiers. His ideas were synthesized by St. Thomas of Catholic Church and he come up with guidelines to qualify war to be just (Walzer, 2008). . Today, these principles are widely used to judge wars, they include:
Some argue that this theory have some shortcomings, for instance, they believe that taking life for any purpose is unjust before God and humanity. They also argue that war should waste the minimum time possible and therefore any method that brings victory at the earliest opportunity should be used, including interfering with civilians, this is way against
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