"In this captivating volume, C.A.J. Coady examines some challenges that politics poses for morality.... The book is a deceptively enjoyable read that, despite its size, makes a valuable contribution to important topics in normative theory and political philosophy."--Kimberley Brownlee, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. He also founded and became director of the Centre for Philosophy and Public Issues, the first centre in Australia to be concerned with broad issues of philosophy and public affairs. His research areas include political violence, terrorism, and just war theory.