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-'''Aurelius Augustinus''', '''Augustine of Hippo''', or '''Saint Augustine''' ([[November 13]], [[354]] – [[August 28]], [[430]]) was one of the most important figures in the development of [[Western Christianity]]. He framed the concepts of [[original sin]] and [[just war]] and is best-known for his ''[[Confessions (St. Augustine)|Confessions]]''.+'''Just War''' theory is a [[doctrine]] of military ethics of Roman philosophical and Catholic origin studied by moral [[theologian]]s, [[ethicist]]s and international [[policy maker]]s which holds that a [[conflict]] can and ought to meet the criteria of [[philosophy|philosophical]], [[religion|religious]] or [[politics|political]] [[justice]], provided it follows certain [[Indicative conditional|conditions]].
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Just War theory is a doctrine of military ethics of Roman philosophical and Catholic origin studied by moral theologians, ethicists and international policy makers which holds that a conflict can and ought to meet the criteria of philosophical, religious or political justice, provided it follows certain conditions.




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