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Just War Theory by Mind Map: Just War Theory
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Just War Theory

The Six Criteria for engaging a just war (Jus ad Bello) are:

-Just Cause

-Legitimate Authority

-Right Intention

-Proportionality

-Probability of Success

-Last Resort

The Three Crieria in waging a just was (Jus in Bello) are:

-Proportionality

-Right Intention

-Noncombatant Immunit

The First Crusade:

The first Crusades was a military expedition by European Christians to regain the Holy Land from the Muslims.

Jerusalem was captured in 1099.

the city of Jerusalem and the holy land and they freed the Eastern Christians from Islamic rules.

During the Crusades both Knights and Peasants traveled to be part, but since they got split into two seperate armies, only the Knights army reached Jerualem.

The Crusades captured the city in july 1099, and they established the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

From Jus ad Bello we use Probability of Success because there was a resonable change of success, and there was death and injuries when the Peasants didnt make it to Jerusalem.

Also we could use Proportionality because the overall destruction from the use of force that is unnecessary out wieghted by the good achieved.

The Right Intention because the aim of political and military leaders must be peace wit justice.

The Battle of Agincourt:

The Battle of Agincourt was a major English victory against a large French army in the Hundred years' war.

The Battle happened on Friday, October 25,1415, in Northern France.

Henry V's victory made the french go to their nees and thats when a new period in war started.

Henry married one of the French King's daughter, they had a son and he was made the feir to the throne of France.

Henry led hir troops into battle and they actually participated in hand and hand fighting.

the Battle is worthy for using English longbow, which Henry used a great number of them.

From the Jus ad Bello we used Probability of Success for the French because they used reasonable change for success.

Also the Right Intention because the only permissible intention of a just war is to reduce an injustice already suffered.

The Counter Reformation:

The Counter Reformation is also known as Catholic Reformation or Catholic Revival.

The Counter-Reformation was composed of five major elements:

1. Doctrine

2. Ecclesiastical or structural reconfiguration

3. Religion orders

4. Spiritual movemnets

5. Political dimensions

Priest attended seminaries for the proper training of priests in the spiritual life, and for the theological tradition of the church.

Catholic revival began with the council of Trent which the dates were from 1545-1562) and ending with the Thirty years' war, in 1648.

For Jus ad bello we used Lgitimate authority beause it requires a contract between a people and its governmet.

we could alsouse Proportinality because overall destruction from the use of force must be out weighted by the good achieved.