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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. E A At the Interface research and publications project. Net — a global network for research and publishing. The Inter-Disciplinary Press aims to promote and encourage the kind of work which is collaborative, innovative, imaginative, and which provides an exemplar for inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary publishing.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior permission of Inter-Disciplinary Press. Heroes and Villains in Messala: Garren Behind The Hurt Locker: Meindl There are new words now that excuse everybody.

Give me the good old days of heroes and villains. The people you can bravo or hiss. There was a truth to them that all the slick credulity of today cannot touch.

People love their mavericks in the grand manner. The blacks and the whites. Bette Davis The Lonely Life: An Autobiography In her autobiography, The Lonely Life , Bette Davis laments the complexities that have come to blur the line between the good and the bad. Heroes and villains, she complains, are not as clear-cut as they once were: The title of this volume, The Real and the Reflected: Heroes and Villains in Existent and Imagined Worlds, suggests a clear distinction between heroes and villains: Some papers do deliver on this dichotomous framework; while offering new insights into heroism and villainy they also reassure readers that they can feel comfortable that they know who is good and who is bad.

Many of these works, however, explore the shadows that fall between the traditional black and white definitions of good and evil. The contributors seek to challenge some of the widely held beliefs about heroes and villains, to make readers feel uncertain and, in some cases, uncomfortable about which side to take.

Since ideas of what is good and what is evil were first articulated in ancient times, heroes and villains have become entrenched in our real and our reflected worlds. This volume explores how heroes and villains have developed over the centuries and how contemporary societies continue to look for, and laud, heroes and work to identify and restrain villains. The text is divided into several parts, which are outlined below and, at a first glance, these parts seem very neat and self- contained.

This was done deliberately to reinforce our belief that good and evil are not clear-cut concepts. The papers within this volume contribute to conversations on numerous complex themes, including: The papers within this book represent the presentations and discussions that took place at the Third Global Heroes and Villains Conference, an initiative of the research network Inter-Disciplinary.

Net, held at Mansfield College, Oxford, in September All of the presenters at the Third Global Heroes and Villains Conference were invited to submit their original presentation scripts for publication. In an effort to capture the conversations that took place over the three days of the Conference, the editing process was restricted to correcting obvious errors and ensuring basic grammar rules were followed to provide a consistent feel for the text both within papers and across the volume.

Many of the more formal rules of writing have not been forced upon to the submissions received, to allow for authorial voice, and to highlight the diversity of both the papers and the scholars who contributed to the discussions and debates on heroes and villains. Some of the papers are written in the first person, a technique not often utilised for a work of this type but one that provides an opportunity for readers to engage directly with the researchers.

One of the most important goals of this Conference was to continue the conversation long after the final paper on the Program had been delivered. The most significant departure from the Conference can be seen in the structure of this volume, which has strayed from the groupings of papers listed in the original Conference Program, to present seven parts: Part I The Real and the Reflected: The Real and the Reflected: Acknowledging Good and Evil In this Part scholars from Iran provide an overview of good and evil as these concepts relate to ancient Persian festivals.

Of particular importance within Part I is the demonstration that the ideas of good and evil are not recent phenomena. Sana Khalesi and Parvaneh Javidnejat challenge the idea, within empirical psychology, that the concepts of good and evil are only of recent concern in their paper Good and Evil in Ancient Persian Festivals: The paper argues that good and evil have always existed in the human world and suggests that a fundamentally formal, and rationalistically-oriented psychological approach, has much to offer in understanding the social and cultural values of ancient times.

The paper demonstrates that Iranian eschatology has exerted an enormous influence on the literature of the world: Rachel Franks and Susan E.

Heroes and Villains in This Part brings readers forward in time to the nineteenth century. Hiding his crimes behind the cloak of Roman imperial rule Messala condemns Judah to death without a twinge of guilt. This paper examines the powerful socionomic forces that helped shape this irredeemable villain in the s when the novel was being written. At the time, villainy was embodied in the United States by: Boss Tweed, the epitome of modern political, financial and corporate greed and corruption; and Billy the Kid, a Western outlaw.

Ned Kelly, the Cinema and the Jerilderie Letter, challenges the traditional ideas of villainy through its exploration of Ned Kelly. In , Ned Kelly led an ambush that saw the killing of three police officers. Two years - and several crimes - later he was hanged at the Old Melbourne Gaol.

There is, however, an historical amnesia concerning Kelly that has allowed him to be rewritten, in popular history at least, as a noble villain. These reforms, the researchers argue, would serve to reduce the occurrence of villainous acts - from sexual abuse to white collar crime - in the real world thus protecting children and adults from being victims of villainy. These researchers posit that the addition of gain-framed and loss-framed messages in sex education - or attitude-appropriate psychosocial sex education - can reduce the incidence rate of child sex offences.

This change would see the inclusion of: Kim Weinert follows up the call for reform within the education system with her work: These differences facilitate the practice of opportunistic management that allows individuals to abuse positions of trust.

Such abuses range from the committing of serious sexual crimes to the fraudulent conduct and general misconduct that can occur within the bounds of a non-profit organisation. This paper also presents an argument for law reform to provide stronger protection against such villainous activities. The Real and the Reel: The Villains and Victims of Conflict This Part looks at the subject of war with a focus on the complications that can be found in the aftermath of conflict.

This Part also examines the cost of war from the personal costs incurred by civilians and soldiers to the more logistical costs of imposing reparations on a defeated nation-state. Ruth Amir, in her work Villains and Victims: A Complex Relationship, navigates readers through the complexities of the politics of victimhood in Israel as a strategy and a tool of power. This paper argues victimhood is used for at least three interrelated purposes.

First, it serves as an integrative tool that constructs, sustains and legitimises the state and the collective amid Others purportedly threatening to destroy it. Finally, this strategy of dominance from below throws the victim community into moral dilemmas that give rise to several coping mechanisms. In War and Punishment David Garren asks a series of complex questions surrounding the role, if any, that punishment should play in war between and among sovereign nation-states.

Is a defending state, if successful in repelling an aggression, permitted to punish the aggressor state, and if so, how and on what basis? Should it be permitted to only punish the political leaders of the state and the individual war-fighters, or would imposing some sort of collective responsibility upon the citizenry as a whole be permissible? Should the punishment, whether individual or collective, be permitted for purposes of deterrence, for purposes of vengeance or for some combination of both?

This paper suggests that Boal and Bigelow created a film in an effort to evaluate an injustice: This paper is about a film and, yet, it is about a war. Most importantly, however, this paper points out - as do the papers of Ruth Amir and David Garren - some of the complexities that arise as the result of large-scale armed conflict.

This Part is not, however, a straightforward presentation of the good and the bad. Instead it describes how good and bad are not black and white concepts and that viewers can be forced into situations where they are unsure, and often uneasy, about whose side they should take. This paper argues Tramell is the last great femme fatale of the twentieth century but a postmodern one, as she is not punished so she can keep manipulating people, having sex with men and killing them. These methods consist of the utilisation of both narrative and visual devices, to make the audience feel some sympathy for the characters, such as the use of back- story, retrospection, colour coding and musical cues.

The result is an audience left feeling uneasy and asking questions about how bad the villains really were. Meindl, in her paper The Sympathetic Hero is an Inside Man, suggests that characters that are seen as both villain and hero are ones that gain our sympathy over time and who are, ultimately, on the side of right. In considering Russell a hero, this paper reflects on some of the more common hero tropes: The right thing he does is to reveal a horrendous crime.

The right reason is to achieve justice for the dispossessed and powerless. Villains across Genres and across Time Part VI explores how the representations of heroes and villains have changed across genres as well as across time.

In Physiognomic Depictions of Heroes and Villains Qi Chen gives an historical account of how Chinese classical novelists of the Ming-Qing dynasties were inclined to create typical characters rather than stylistic ones, in the process of which, the personalities of characters were presented at the beginning of the story.

One of the common methods to fulfil this approach was the use of physiognomic descriptions for the personal appearances of the characters. The Attraction of Gothic Villains in Nineteenth Century Literature, is an exploration of the tradition of attractive villains begun in the Gothic fiction of the nineteenth century.

This paper seeks to show how our contemporary idea of the attraction of evil characters was shaped by the figure of the Gothic villain in the s. The work of Karin Kokorski addresses the additional complications of good and evil that are visible when child heroes take on adult villains. In Villains but no Criminals: Selected Villains in Fantasy Fiction for Children and Young Adults the idea of being a villain but not being a criminal is investigated through three case studies: The White Witch from C.

These villains hold monopolies on power and the law of the state; the children who take them on are, therefore, true heroes. For example villains are often linked to illegal acts such as murder and rape. This paper deals with a different kind of villain, one whose villainy is defined by his world view and his ideology, not just by his behaviour. This argument is made through references to the figure of the writer as a heroic villain in the fiction of James Joyce and John Maxwell Coetzee and explores how a writer can become a villain based upon his beliefs.

Crafting Criminals in Australian Crime Fiction, explores some of the ethical questions attendant on the act of murder in crime fiction and thus serves to give the genre an importance beyond mere entertainment.

These questions are highlighted through a discussion, focusing on Australian texts, of some of the creative processes involved in crafting characters that commit criminal acts and a brief examination of how some murderers become heroes and others villains. This paper suggests that crime fiction works, with their vast array of heroes and villains, pose many more questions to readers than just whodunnit?

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Kiene, Susan, William D. Zelenski, and Dee L. Health Psychology 24 Miller, Paul, and Lisak David. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 14 Reed, Elizabeth, Jay G. Silverman, Anita Raj, Michele R. Decker, and Elizabeth Miller. Journal of Urban Health 88 Ryan, Gail, Thomas J. Krugman, and George E. Basile, and Sujata Desai. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 17 She is currently undertaking research with Causenge Cangin. Weinert Abstract Any form of a non-profit organisation possesses universal characteristics that differentiate them from being a household, a corporate or a government agency.

In many instances, however, the notion of charity takes a back seat to obtaining a personal benefit. This paper will first look at the general reasons why individuals become involved with, and are dedicated to, voluntary non-profit organisations. From here this paper will provide examples of cases ranging from serious sexual crime to fraudulent conduct and general misconduct that occurs within the bounds of a non-profit organisation.

Inevitably misconduct within a not-for-profit will be discovered, at which point the law would attempt to deal with these misgivings by punishment. This comparison will focus on the downfalls of how the respective legal systems deal with non-profit organisational misconduct.

Lastly, this paper will consider what our laws could hope to do in providing stronger protection against misconduct within non-profits through legal duties. Abuse within not-for-profits, criminality, legal duties, not-for-profits, regulation. The focal point of this expectation falls sharply on the conduct of individuals who have a level of responsibility within a charity.

Justification for this attention can be traced back to the numerous publicised cases of mismanagement and abuses involving charitable organisations.

This paper, through the examination of a few notable cases, will look at: There are many different organisational forms within the voluntary, not-for-profit sector. The most recognisable not-for-profit form is a charitable trust, but other typical forms are unincorporated organisations community groups and non-profit corporations. Conversely, there are specialised forms such as community interest companies, foundations, co-operatives and charitable incorporation organisations.

Instead of focusing on profit or trying to satisfy the median voter, a not-for-profit organisation will be driven by a common good that will address, and solve, diverse societal problems.

These ideals are challenged when reports emerge about unaltruistic conduct occurring within not- for-profit organisations.

Unaltrustic conduct within not-for-profit organisations can range from serious criminal activity to general misconduct. Notable serious criminal activity includes various white-collar crimes and sexual offences. Extensive inquiries into clerical abuse, particularly in Ireland, found that sexual abuse within the Catholic Church was widespread and spanned decades. Contributing to social problems results in the position not-for- profits occupy in the fiscal environment. Many not-for-profit organisations will effectively solicit gifts or donations through marketing campaigns and generate income through business-like ventures.

There are many not-for-profit organisations that are financially successful, which gives the impression that charities are more like profit-making enterprises. For a not-for- profit organisation to model their activities, and management, on a commercial enterprise may give their cause credibility but a revenue-driven approach may expose the not-for-profit to opportunistic and dishonest behaviour. Fraudulent conduct within not-for-profits is reported to be minimal but there are many incidences that are underreported.

Internal fraud occurs when persons inside the charity such as employees, volunteers and trustees obtaining a financial benefit through dishonesty. Low value incidents of fraud have also been reported to happen more frequently and individuals will keep the value low to avoid being detected. The simple organisational structure is important to not-for-profits because it allows the organisation to have the necessary flexibility to deliver and pursue their important activities in an ad hoc manner.

In addition to misdeeds occurring within a not-for-profit organisation, the informal structure may result in the organisation itself being a target of criminality. External fraud is one example of how a not-for-profit organisation becomes a suitable target for unscrupulous activities. Other financial crimes such as tax evasion and money laundering through charities has become highly organised and sophisticated.

After some consideration, however, a charity provides a suitable front that will avoid suspicion of questionable transactions. Also, the set-up of a charity is highly suitable to place illegal funds through a variety of methods, such as breaking up the cash into small donations.

Additionally, individuals will use charities for other forms of white- collar crimes such as e-crime, Phishing, 18 identity theft and profiteering. Individuals may become involved with a charity to act as an intermediary to a corporate scheme. Targeting a charity for profiteering may be two-fold. First, is to have the charity directly invest into the scheme; and second, to befriend members to have them personally invest. The Madoff Ponzi scandal is a prime example. The membership base of this prestigious Country Club provided Madoff and Jaffe with the unique opportunity to tap into a network of people where they swindled the life savings out of many club members.

The Foundation invested entirely with Madoff and consequently the Foundation ceased to exist. Philanthropy and large endowments by corporate high flyers have proven to be a double-edged sword for many charities. HIH had made substantial donations to various charitable or philanthropic causes. Where members do not have voting rights, the management of the organisation is centralised amongst an exclusive, few individuals of the board or committee.

The effect of having the power and control centralised will create a private sphere. Within this private sphere all the decisions regarding the management of the organisation will be made. How decisions are made and how individuals conduct themselves within this sanctum is out of view and without the need to be answerable to the membership base.

Acting independently to the rest of the charity, this private sphere will become insular allowing an individual to act bone fide in self-interest. Opportunistic behaviour within this private sphere can be the trustee receiving a direct pecuniary gain, such as being paid a salary at market rate, procuring funds to boost their lifestyle 28 or holding key positions to carve out a corporate leadership image for themselves.

Many volunteers and members of not-for-profit organisations are time poor and their level of involvement in a charity is minimal.

These few individuals will become highly involved in the organisation, will possess the necessary knowledge on how to manage the charity and will become a dominant personality amongst the membership base. Members will come to trust and blindly accept any information provided by these individuals. This will allow the dominant personality to orchestrate the numbers amongst the membership base to support their agenda. Worst of all, the structure of these organisations allows such individuals to self-regulate, which will permit any acts of self-interest or other misdeed to be hidden from the membership base.

Inevitably misconduct within not-for-profits will be discovered, at which point the law will attempt to deal with these misgivings by punishment. The criminal law deals with charity abuses by punishing the wrongdoer.

While punishment has a deterrent value, 32 the criminal law can be ineffective in preventing charity abuses because of its reactive nature. Where the criminal law falls short, the civil law can be an effective means of regulating conduct and restricting bad behaviour.

The civil law promotes a culture of transparency and accountability through the concept of governance. The manner in which individuals are to carry out their responsibilities is to be done in good faith, with due diligence, skill, prudence and for proper purpose. Having a clear set of legal duties and obligations would be rendered ineffective without a regulatory body.

In England and Wales the Charity Commission the Commission regulates the not-for-profit sector and, furthermore, will address any misconduct within non-profits. This situation, however, is no longer acceptable or sustainable within an age that demands organisational transparency. In regulating not-for-profits, the Commission can take remedial or protective action directly against individuals who are engaging in abuses, misconduct or mismanagement within charities.

Forcing the closure of a charity should be a last resort for the Commission to undertake. To avoid the loss of services, the Commission has the power to appoint a manager in the interim and direct a person to act in order to protect the charity. In promoting confidence in charities the Commission is also an educator and advisor on charity abuses. The criminal law will attempt to cure the wrong by punishment, but irreversible damage to a charity has already occurred.

Sadly, it is the combination of unsettled law and having no regulatory body that will allow charity abuses to continue at will in Australia. The significant point of distinguishing between the respective legal systems is the level of regulation and the existence of a clear set of established legal duties. Australia not having a regulatory body like the Commission results in the civil law having the same effect as criminal law: It is acknowledged that criminality and charity abuses cannot be completely eradicated by the civil or criminal law.

Charities and their beneficiaries are in a better position of being protected in England compared to Australia because the Commission is proactive in regulating, advising and educating trustees on their legal duties.

In conclusion, a not-for-profit organisation can be used as vehicle for, and can be a target of, criminality. The structure and the strong undercurrent of trust within, or attached to, charitable organisations postulate a perfect environment for bad deeds to unfold under the pretension of goodness.

The reactive nature of the criminal law is an ineffective means to prevent charity abuses, whereas legal duties as a mechanism of governance are more suitable as a means of preventing charity abuses. The civil law, however, requires an effective regulator to uphold the preventative nature of legal duties. Last modified July , Accessed 2 June , http: Guidance for Trustees, Accessed 5 July , http: The Federation Press, , Jossey-Bass Publishers, , A Personal View Oxford: Kogan Page, , 1.

The University of Melbourne, , Each jurisdiction imposes their own set of legal duties and obligations, which is not unformed, and weaker when compared to the corporation legislation. Australian courts are starting to intervene, see: The Telegraph, 20 December Accessed July 3, The Wall Street Journal, 6 March Accessed July 2, Corporate Governance and Chairmanship: Transcript PM, 6 August Cameron v Hogan 8 FLR Charities Act UK. Last modified January Accessed March 12, Last modified July Accessed June 2, Parliamentary Briefing, Charities and Fraud.

Accessed July 5, Corporations Act Cth. The Wall Street Journal, 13 December Lindley, Jade, and Russell G. Charity Law and Social Inclusion. A Corporate Collapse and its Lessons.

A Royal Commission Inquiry, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development. Centre for Tax Policy and Administration. Corporate Governance and the Duties of Company Directors. Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation. Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne, Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 81, No. The Life Cycle of a Charitable Organisation. Alphen aan den Rijn: The Federation Press, Kim is a tutor in the Faculty of Law at Bond University in Queensland, Australia and has almost completed her LLM Research , which is an exploration of the legal frameworks that support not-for- profit organisations.

I argue that victimhood is used for at least three interrelated purposes. First, it serves an integrative tool that constructs, sustains and legitimises the state and the collective amid Others purportedly threatening to destroy it.

Coping mechanisms, guilt, Israel, power relationships, reparation, victimhood, villains. These can be visualised as three concentric circles around the core - the official meta- narrative of victimhood.

The distance of each circle from the core reflects the bearing of the ethos and the narrative of victimhood on each of the circles. The outermost circle is that of the Gentiles at large.

The innermost circle is populated with Others from within the Jewish collective perceived as subversive or as a threat to the purity of the imagined community of European Jews.

Israel, cast in the role of the eternal un-reconciled victim, is allegedly surrounded by a sea of hatred, an alien and hostile universe of Gentiles. Gentiles can range from conditional allies and supporters, to detractors. He thus suggests that after the Holocaust, Jewish survival is sacred; it authenticates the Good against the Evil forces in the universe. They can get beyond it, at best, only if they identify with the State of Israel as being a house against death.

Following the Eichmann trial in , Meir was quoted saying: Victimhood is utilised as a justification for the use of force. According to Ehud Luz, war belonged to the glorious mythical distant past and to the messianic future of the Jews.

Anita Shapira maintains that the offensive ethos developed among the Zionists in Palestine upon the realisation that colonialist terra nullius doctrine had no bearing on reality. The offensive ethos replaced the Zionist posture of non-belligerence and the defensive ethos.

When the Zionists realised that they could not sustain the myth of the empty land, they sought to diminish the presence of the indigenes and dehumanise them. The millions of Jews who were annihilated Dayan does not blame the assassins. For eight years, he admits, they had been watching the Israelis cultivating the land that had been once their own. However, he pleads the Israelis to be steadfast to the suffering of others and to pursue their goals.

The motif of the sea of hatred threatening to engulf Israel is essential. Hence, Israelis are doomed to live on the sword.

Initially, the offensive ethos targeted the Arabs; yet, once the inhibitions on the use of force were relaxed, it turned towards Others from within.

Palestinian Israeli citizens, Diaspora Jews, Jews from Muslim countries and the ultra-Orthodox were all conceived of as a menace to the nascent Israeli collective identity, whether culturally, economically, politically or socially. Moreover, Palestinian Israeli citizens are considered as a fifth column and a genuine security threat. But forty years of wandering have sped, And yet we leave six hundred thousand dead. Dishonoured let them lie, across the pack They bore out of Egypt on their back.

The treading over the dead is a powerful metaphor of resilience, insistence and determination, but at the same time a metaphor of cruelty and heartlessness. The dead are not even buried; they are left to rot in the desert. This is both a caveat and a threat to those who are reluctant to embrace this vision or those who dare to dispute it. The Zionist return is conveyed in the poem as a virtuous end, one that justifies all means. The desert imagery depicts Zion as a desolate land, terra nullius, awaiting the return of the virtuous Jews.

To substantiate her argument about the offensive ethos Shapira quotes instead another poem by Bialik entitled The Dead of the Wilderness. While the two titles are similar, the poems offer contradictory representations of the Jews en-route to Zion. In the latter work, the desert generation are given a voice.

They do not succumb to their fate, rather they awaken and cry: We are the mighty! The last Generation of slaves and the first generation of Freemen! This voice captures the revolutionary transformation that Zionism chose as representative of itself. These two variations of the theme are perhaps a telling representation of the abysmal difference between the Zionist vision and veracity.

Victimhood as a Tool of Power Jewish history is constructed as a series of holy dramas of destruction and resurrection. As a national movement Zionism was to remedy the defencelessness of the Jews and their eternal victimhood by providing them with self-determination and through advocating their return to the primordial homeland. Zionism sustained a duality of the Jews as being both victims and victors, but denied its role as a villain towards Others. This victorious victimhood was an essential component in the construction of collective memory and national identity.

Moreover, it was instrumental in interpreting the traumatic memories and coping with them. This divergence was purportedly settled by the sense of victimhood that has increasingly become a cornerstone of the Israeli-Jewish collective identity. This sense of victimhood is compatible with the broadening of the scope of trauma, and its spill over from psychology and psychiatry into the social and the political realms.

Victimisation bestows a sense of holiness and power upon the victim, 19 as blame and responsibility are assigned to the other party.

This allows the victim to maintain its moral virtue and gain empathy. Inwardly, it is used to inspire group self-understanding, promote political mobilisation and integration through the omnipresent notion of Us. In the last decade or so the official collective narrative has come to embrace various particular memories of Others from within.

The appropriation of these memories and their mobilisation further augment the official grand narrative of victimhood. Secondly, the notions of victimhood and of life under constant threat were used to suppress ethnic and economic rivalries.

Victimhood is used towards the enemy Others for the legitimation of the proactive use of force. The dehumanisation of Others by means of zoological images and other degrading terms is further utilised in order to cope with guilt and neutralise it. Furthermore, the self-conviction that an act was carried out in self-defence also alleviates guilt. Hence, the use of force becomes privileged and the conduct allegedly lawful. This line of reasoning is used to nurture the dichotomous relationships between victims and villains and to vindicate the victim-turned- villain.

The vicious cycle of violence is one of the destructive practices of this victim-villain dichotomy. Dilemmas and Coping Mechanisms The notion of the split identity, in the writings of Hegel, Klein, Fanon and Bhabha 23 surpasses the alleged victim-villain dichotomy. While the Other is essential for the constitution of the subject and its recognition, at the same time it stands against the subject and disrupts its unity.

The contest over victimhood unfolds the dynamics and inter-changeability of the victim and perpetrator roles, making their boundaries porous and blurred. The Kafr Qasim massacre, 24 in which the roles of victim and perpetrator switched, demonstrates this complexity. On 29 October , following a curfew order that was not communicated to the villagers, Israeli Border Police opened fire, killing 47 civilians.

So extreme and shocking was the realisation that the victim turned into a villain, that the conduct of the Israeli army became an analogy for Nazi war crimes. In an unprecedented singular tribute, the Knesset honoured the memory of the dead by announcing a moment of silence. The massacre illustrates the operating of the victim-villain dichotomy.

The soul searching invoked by the Kafr Qasim massacre quickly faded as Israel swiftly regressed to its offensive ethos posture. Following the trial, the perpetrators were given amnesty. Over the years, similar incidents seem to have invoked less guilt and shame, and victimhood became justification for wrongdoing. Hence, the ego introjects the good on the self and projects the bad on others. Klein links this split with the increasing idealisation of the ideal object in order to keep it farther apart from the persecutory object.

By splitting the two aspects and clinging to the good one, the ego is capable of sustaining its belief in the good object and its capacity to love it. This is also an essential condition for survival. I suggest that the offensive ethos can be seen as a form of projection of the violent and destructive drives and behaviours on the enemy, the Other.

The common good and the virtue are introjected and intensified, thus becoming a source of empowerment. Clinging to the good and the just are idealised in the collective ego. The sense of victimhood is further enhanced through the projection and attribution of the destructive impulses and aggression to the Other. Furthermore, the good is compelled to turn into a perpetrator and act contrary to its virtue.

In a press conference in London in Meir said: In her account, feelings of guilt are deeply rooted in infancy. Guilt is supplemented by the need to preserve the objects and to make amends for the harm done. It is noteworthy that for Klein, reparation can be granted either in phantasy or in reality.

Mock reparation is bogus; it denies the harm inflicted, and the sadism behind it. It is not derived from an authentic concern for the object, but rather, it is built around a phantasy of omnipotence. In this phantasy of omnipotence, the perpetrator denies the harm and is confident that anything and everything can be repaired. The concept of making amends is deeply rooted in Judaism, in the Mishnah and Talmud, in prayer 36 and in most mystical traditions dealing with the nature of God and reality.

The Kabbalistic myth of Tikkun Olam is based on a consequentialist view of human deeds and the centrality of human responsibility in mending the world.

This light, as many accounts suggest, was made up of radically diverse elements, a unity of oppositions such as good and bad, light and darkness, strict judgment and compassion. Because the force of light had proved so powerful, the vessels could not contain it and they shattered. Their debris became sparks of light trapped within the material of creation. When Tikkun is reached, creation will resume its initial state of wholeness, harmony and perfection.

For Benjamin, redemption embodies a secular sense of liberation that can be attained through memory. His subversive notion of memory challenges the pessimistic notion of history as progress for the victors and a sequence of catastrophes and suffering for the vanquished. The Lurianic myth of Tikkun Olam was created in the wake of a catastrophic event in Jewish history - the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in the end of the fifteenth century.

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For example, many would agree excepting pacifists that it is permissible for one nation-state to wage war against another for the purpose of self-defence, i. What is less clear, however, is whether the defending state, if successful in repelling the aggression, should then be permitted to punish the aggressor state, and if so, how and on what basis? Additionally, should the punishment, whether individual or collective, be permitted for purposes of deterrence, for purposes of vengeance or for some combination of both?

And, finally, what of war undertaken solely for the purposes of punishment, for example, where defence of a sovereign nation-state is not at issue, as in the case of humanitarian intervention, or where defence is entirely absent, as in the case of a nation-state having committed an act or multiple acts of prior aggression but with no expectation of its committing any future aggression? Should such wars be permissible? Unlike contemporary just war theorists, I suspect, along with the classical theorists, that punishment should play a significant role in war between and among nation-states, both for purposes of avenging wrongs as well as restoring and maintaining peace.

In this paper I will determine whether, and in what way, this is so. Defence, punishment, reparations, responsibility, restraint, vengeance, war. How, then, can war ever be morally permissible?

Does it not run afoul of one of our most fundamental and universally recognisable moral duties, the duty to not intentionally harm others, the duty, that is, of non- maleficence? The pacifist, of course, believes that it does and on that basis concludes that war is never morally permissible.

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