Gertrude Elizabeth Margaret Anscombe, 1919-2001. Distinguished English analytic philosopher, who also translated many of Wittgenstein's works into the English language. Her own principal contribution was in ethics.

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Can The State Justly Kill Innocents?
Article from the Mises Review by David Gordon, evaluating the American response to the September 11th incident in view of Anscombe's essay "War and Murder."
A Critical Analysis of Elizabeth Anscombe's "War and Murder"
Student paper from 1988 by David W. Croft. Criticizes various arguments and assumptions underlying Anscombe's treatment of war.
G. E. M. Anscombe: Living the Truth
Obituary by Anscombe's colleague John M. Dolan, published in First Things in 2001. Discusses her life history at length.

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