Killing without Heart: Limits on Robotic Warfare in an Age of Persistent Conflict


by
M. Shane Riza

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

File size: 1.9 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The days of large force-on-force engagements with conventional fielded armies are seemingly gone. Today?s persistent conflict, conducted among civilian populations and fought by small bands of combatants, will be remembered for this alteration in the tapestry of war and for the first large-scale use of unmanned vehicles. According to M. Shane Riza, this owar among the peopleo and the trend toward robotic warfare has outpaced deliberate thought and debate about the deep moral issues affecting justice and the warrior spirit.

The days of large force-on-force engagements with conventional fielded armies are seemingly gone. Today?s persistent conflict, conducted among civilian populations and fought by small bands of combatants, will be remembered for this alteration in the tapestry of war and for the first large-scale use of unmanned vehicles. According to M. Shane Riza, this owar among the peopleo and the trend toward robotic warfare has outpaced deliberate thought and debate about… (more)

The days of large force-on-force engagements with conventional fielded armies are seemingly gone. Today?s persistent conflict, conducted among civilian populations and fought by small bands of combatants, will be remembered for this alteration in the tapestry of war and for the first large-scale use of unmanned vehicles. According to M. Shane Riza, this owar among the peopleo and the trend toward robotic warfare has outpaced deliberate thought and debate about the deep moral issues affecting justice and the warrior spirit.

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