Limited access

Upgrade to access all content for this subject

On War, James Boswell, 1777

Boswell, James. "On War." Thegentlereader.net. The Gentle Reader, n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2016.

In the context of lines 33-38, the “perpetual fallacy” of war can best be described as

A

the faulty notion that war casualties can be cleanly categorized as good or evil.

B

the faulty notion that one war always leads to the next.

C

the faulty notion that war will eventually result in peace.

D

the faulty notion that each side thinks they are doing what’s righteous.

E

the faulty notion that diplomacy will ever resolve an armed conflict.

Select an assignment template