By Ted Honderich
Appears to be like on the ethical matters round terrorism. offers with questions like: what's to count number as a 'good life'? Why is terrorism morally mistaken? To what quantity are Western international locations materially and morally liable for the terrorism they adventure? lower than what stipulations is terrorism morally justified? what sort of competition to one's personal nation is morally justified? Honderich is a consequentialist: his "principle of humanity" is that we must always try to drag humans out of "bad lives".
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There are positive actions of Britain with respect to colonies and ex-colonies. There are also the actions of our transnational corporations, now as important in some ways as our governments and administrations. As remarked earlier (p. 11) our inquiry will have its essential basis in certain well-established general facts, those in the table. They bring to mind our possible omissions before our positive actions. But, as remarked earlier, and as just noticed again, our inquiry will also need to give some attention to another possible basis for judgement – our positive actions.
It is in fact an expression of a long tradition, a kind of conservatism. Edmund Burke, he of the eighteenth century who damned the French Revolution and discoursed on the sublime and the beautiful, is sometimes taken as the father of conservatism in general, or conservatism in English-speaking places. He had an opinion about the obligation of the British government with respect to the impoverished Irish under them who were starving. The obligation of the British government, he said, went no further than offering to sell them food.
Will the happy poor be numerous among those people who know the stigma that they are under, their being beneath the awareness of the people in the cars? Will there be many happy poor among those who especially would like to be able to read the printed words they look at every day? Or among those dying with AIDS? More reassurance? Some last reflections on the table. It is true that several of the best-off tenths have extraordinary shares of what is available in their societies – look at Brazil and Mexico, and also Sierra Leone.