morality: ends and means

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The anniversary of the Allied firebombing of Dresden, Germany in 1945 prompts us to post these thoughts on means and ends.

If the desired objective to be achieved through action is morally licit, the means employed to achieve that end must also be morally licit.  In other words, the ends do not justify the means.

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