Fidel Castro's most original contribution to revolutionary and
radical thought has been his development of an explicit ethical
position on one of the most controversial issues of our time:
violence. This book explores the evolution of Castro's political
thinking - and in particular how he philosophically reconciles
violence, political power and morality. This book makes a timely
intervention into the question of Castro's historical role and
contribution. The author argues that Castro's doctrine of armed
struggle is the logical development of his idea of the ethical
liberation fighter. At its core is an unremitting emphasis on the
ethical use of violence.
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