Introduction, Bruce Chilton Part I: Warfare Barbarians at the Gates: the Complexities, Contradictions and Concerns about Modern Asymmetrical Warfare, David Wallace and Cynthia Marshall Walzer Contra Walzer: Uncovering the Pluralist Roots of Walzer's Just War Theory, Graham Parsons The Hegemon's Dilemma: Power Intolerance from Ancient Athens to the United States of America, Scott A. Silverstone Means and Methods of Warfare: Towards an Objective Assessment for Selecting Military Targets-Beyond "Enemy Thinking"? Mirjam de Bruin Part II: Internal divisions From Slavery to Black Power: Racial Intolerance at West Point, 1778-2015, Ty Seidule All Men Are Created Equal: Misogyny under Law, Maritza Ryan Part III: Religious intolerance On Religious (in)Tolerance, Nelly Lahoud Theological Complicity in Religious Violence, Ellen T. Charry "And who is my neighbor?" American Liberators in Transnational Context, Stephen F. Barker Poisoned Virtue: Child Sacrifice in Abrahamic Scriptures and Interpretation, Bruce Chilton Part IV: Political and philosophical considerations Plagues and Politics: Epidemics and "Re-Framing" in Modern American History, Andrew J. Forney Residue of Intolerance: Polluting Civil Rights, Robert J. Goldstein Cynicism and Perennial Intolerance: Mendelssohn against the Decisionists, Dustin Atlas Overcoming Modernity and Violence, Gennady Shkliarevsky Contrariety in Philosophy, Robert E. Tully Who Takes Whom to Tango: UN Neoliberal Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone, Darya Pushkina and Philippe Ch.-A. Guillot with Susanna An Epilogue: A Taxonomy of Intolerance, Robert E. Tully List of contributors Index
Bruce Chilton is Bernard Iddings Professor of Religion at Bard College. His books include Rabbi Jesus, A Galilean Rabbi and His Bible, The Temple of Jesus, Pure Kingdom, and Visions of the Apocalypse. He has written the first critical commentary on the Aramaic version of Isaiah (The Isaiah Targum). Robert Tully is Professor of Philosophy at the United States Military Academy and Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto. He co-authored with Frederic Portoraro a textbook on symbolic logic and has published many articles on Russell, Moore and Wittgenstein. With Bruce Chilton and Jacob Neusner he edited Just War in Religion and Politics, to which he also contributed an essay.