War is dishonourable
Good afternoon fellow philosophers! Let me tell you about an unpleasant truth often overlooked… There are many evils in this world, but only one of them can be necessary in extreme cases.
EVERYONE knows that this necessary evil is WAR. WAR is a part of human nature where people are born with an instinct to disagree, whatever the consequences maybe. War is harsh War is cruel, but if we didn’t have courageous soldiers to fight for our country’s rights the world wouldn’t be the world that we know it to be today.
HOWEVER I completely DISAGREE…. If war wasn't in the world to begin with, we as a human race would be a lot better off!!!
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This would have made a real difference in the lives of the people of both the countries, two of the poorest in the world. So, isn't it clear that war only brings problems and doesn't solve any? (Maybe get some stats on how much these countries spend on Defence and how much is spent on humanitarian aid or education)
The poem Charge of the light shares an alternative about how war is an honorable and right way to die for your country. The poem celebrates the bravery of the six hundred men that fought for their country in the Crimean War and the amount of courage they took to battle that day. Tennyson gives a message of glory and bravery, with sacrifice for their country, a righteous and advantageous end.
Another relevant poem that expresses the feeling of war is, Dulce et decorum est by Wilfred Owen.
Although Wilfred Owen expresses the danger of war and gives graphic and horrific interpretation of what it’s like. The expression 'I saw him drowning' creates an image of a man dying in a 'sea' of gas which suggests that the gas was filling up in...