1. Define conditional pacifism.
- Some circumstances where war may be less bad than the alternative.
- No use of WMDs
- No military force or interference.
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2. Define total pacifism.
- Should be no use of military force at all, whether or not the cause is just.
- No weapons of mass destruction.
- War might be less bad than the alternative.
3. How do Quakers go about resolving conflict?
- Can be worked out through other peaceful means.
- Can be sloved by head-on tackling of the problem.
4. What circumstances may a conditional pacafist see as just cause for war.
- War is better than the alternative.
- War may have a better outcome.
- War by protecting country.
5. What do Quakers believe about conflict.
- Argue to get the point across.
- Conflict should be avoided.
- There should be no conflict.
- Fight to get what they want.
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