Pacifism Essay Topics

Christian virtues

No general code of conduct covers both of them as if the kingdom of God had dawned before its time, Left-wing political idealists and just war theorists fail to distinguish these two hands of God and try to reconcile the tension between them, often at the expense of the state. They try to impose Christian… View Article

“Not So Quiet” as representative of gender in WWII

Evadne Price wrote the book “Not So Quiet” in 1930 under the pseudonym Helen Zenna Smith. Price was an established author and playwright by the time she wrote “Not So Quiet,” best known for her serialized romance novels. She also wrote children’s books and articles for women’s magazine. But “Not So Quiet” was a very… View Article

Mohandas Ghandi’s Resistance speech

Wide spectrums of attitudes arise when comparing and contrasting the writings of Gandhi and George Orwell. The oppressive British system of government in India provides the motive for Gandhi’s “Defending Nonviolent Resistance” speech. George Orwell conveys peevishness of the same system–the British government by the shooting of an elephant and the repercussions of the event…. View Article

Can war ever be justified?

War is an inevitable part of the history of humankind. Unlike natural happenings, war is an action of people inflicted of other people. This issue has raised ethical problems, which are still problematic till today. War is by common sense evil, but can it ever be less evil? There are a number of varying options… View Article