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The dialectical approach to this question — and here I come to my central point
— has absolutely no use for such rigid, isolated ... Only they have often done it by
launching at once into large, and therefore necessarily often vague, questions.
It imposes itself in the question whether violence, in a given case, is a means to a
just or an unjust end. A critique of it would then be implied in a system of just
ends. This, however, is not so. For what such a system, assuming it to be secure ...
Instead, the central place is given to the question of the justif1cation of certain
means that constitute violence. Principles of natural law cannot decide this
question, but can only lead to bottomless casuistry. For if positive law is blind to
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