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Question 1: Another example is the ________ (Vietnamese: thảm sát Mỹ Lai) that was committed by U.S. soldiers during the Vietnam War on hundreds of unarmed Vietnamese civilians.
My Lai MassacreHugh Thompson, Jr.William CalleyColin Powell

Question 2: However, ________ often contest this approach to war.
UtilitarianismAristotleConscienceEthics

Question 3: Many modern nations' views on the ________ of civilian casualties align with the Just War theory, which advocates a system of proportionality.
AristotleUtilitarianismEthicsConscience

Question 4: Pacifists sometimes extend humanitarian concern not just to enemy civilians but also to combatants, especially ________.
ConscriptionUnited StatesConscientious objectorMilitary service

Question 5: Such military action, which has the sole purpose of inflicting civilian casualties is illegal under modern rules of war, and may be considered a war crime or ________.
GenocideHuman rightsCrime against humanityWar rape

Question 6: Other kinds of civilian casualties may involve the targeting of civilian populations for military purposes, such as the ________, which killed over 100,000 civilians.
Surrender of JapanTimeline of the Manhattan ProjectAtomic bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiManhattan Project

Question 7: Civilian casualties is a ________ term describing civilian or non-combatant persons killed, injured, or imprisoned by military action.
MilitaryWarMilitary historyMilitary science

Question 8: The philosopher ________ advocates this abolutist rule in his essay [6]War and Massacre.
Gottfried LeibnizSøren KierkegaardLudwig WittgensteinThomas Nagel

Question 9: [5] This view is a war-adapted version of ________, the moral system which advocates that the morally correct action is the one that does the most good.
Political philosophyDeontological ethicsJusticeUtilitarianism

Question 10: Finally, the approach of ________ is the belief that war of any kind is morally unjust.
Peace churchesNonviolencePeace movementPacifism







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