This is the second half of our special episode featuring contributions by the students of Queens College. The students spent the semester in an upper-level philosophy class developing and recording short podcasts. In this two-part episode, we present those student-produced podcasts. The students each sought to answer the question: what do the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan tell us about our traditions of just war theory?
Episodes in Part II center on questions of the latter two phases of just war theory: jus in bello and jus post bellum. This episode features contributions by the following students.
1. Adam Kisting and Matheus Oliveira, on proportionality.
2. Diego Velasco, on the doctrine of double effect.
3. Joseph Kurts, on the use of drones.
4. Phil Shapiro and Eliot Lilien, on the permissibility of torture.
5. Krystal Gopaul, on the case of Pat Tillman.
6. Francesca Ficalora, on post-traumatic stress disorder.
7. Carlos Sosa, on jus post bellum.
Click here to download the episode (32:32, 23.5 MB, MP3), or click on the online media player below.