Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Chapter One         Pacifism and the State
Chapter Two         The Limits of Legal Obligation: The Socratic and Christian Traditions Compared
Chapter Three      Militerrorism
Chapter Four       The Divine Constitution: A Radical Rethinking of the Church/State Distinction
Chapter Five        Justice as Forgiveness: The Paradox of the Golden Rule
Chapter Six         The State as Protection Racket: Altruism, Citizenship, and Exclusion
Chapter Seven     A Theological Metaphysic of Pacifism
Chapter Eight      The Epistemology and Moral Psychology of Pacifism
Chapter Nine        Veiled Violence: The Euphemisms of Organizational and Social Control
Chapter Ten         Sexuality and the Harmonious Social Order
Chapter Eleven    Toward Perfection: Beyond the Limits of Present Vision
Epilog: Peace and Freedom
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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                  1994