“The British Philosopher that called a U.S. President Out for Mass Murder”
“G.E.M. Anscombe did not take any excuses from Harry Truman, the “murderer””
Nov 2, 2020
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“I don’t remember when I first heard about the U.S. dropping bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki, Japan, but I remember how it made me feel: horrible. Thousands of innocent people were sacrificed in what seemed like a stunt only perpetrated to secure the freedom of Americans.”
“Harry S. Truman, the Mass Murderer
In 1956 Cambridge was set to present former President Harry S. Truman with an honorary degree. Getting word of this pronouncement, Anscombe immediately sought to fight it. In the same year, she attended the proper channels and gave a speech before her colleagues, hoping to convince them that allowing this honorary degree to be given was a mistake.”
“Anscombe recognized that honorary degrees were just trophies of prestige, not actual items of merit. With that, her contention hinged in the fact that she believed Truman not to be a man of prestige, or at least he was of the bad sort.
In her pamphlet detailing her dissent, Anscombe fiercely lays out her terms.
When I say that to choose to kill the innocent as a means to one’s ends is murder, I am saying what would generally be accepted as correct. But I shall be asked for my definition of “the innocent”. I will give it, but later. Here it is not necessary; for with Hiroshima and Nagasaki we are not confronted with a borderline case. In the bombing of these cities it was certainly decided to kill the innocent as a means to an end. And a very large number of them, all at once, without warning, without the interstices of escape or the chance to take shelter, which existed even in the ‘area bombings’ of the German cities.”
“The bombs were used as weapons that killed 225,000 people (and harmed others with later effects).”
“In her public life, she lived out her ethics. Her work on moral philosophy was meant to inform real-world decisions — philosophy for real people.”