Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts
Greek and Roman writers on war and peace
Plutarch: Advanced and bettered by wars? Only if riches, luxury, dominion are preferred to security, gentleness, independence accompanied by justice.
Plutarch: Entire and universal cessation of war
Plutarch: Lover of peace changed the first month of the year
Plutarch: Motivations and consequences of war
Plutarch: Numa’s guardians of peace
Plutarch: On war and its opponents
Plutarch: The privilege of being wounded and killed in war for the defense of their creditors
Plutarch: Sharpened and whetted to war from their very infancy. So unsocial and wild-beast-like is the nature of ambition and cupidity.
Plutarch: They fought indeed and were slain, but it was to maintain the luxury and the wealth of other men
Plutarch: Venus, who more than the rest of the gods and goddesses abhors force and war
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