War And Impact

Topics: World War II, Human, War Pages: 6 (3023 words) Published: October 25, 2014

FACULTY OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE
MAY/2014
MPW1153/2153
WAR AND IMPACT
NAME: Aw Swee Sian
LEARNING CENTRE: Kelantan Learning Centre
Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction1
2.0 War and Reasons2
2.1 Colonialism2
2.2 Independence2
2.3 Religious Dispute3
2.4 Economical Gain4
3.0 Moral of Principle4
3.1Principle of Duty5
3.2 Principle of Ambition6
3.3 Principle of Badness6
3.4 Principle of Human Evolution6
4.0 War and Preventions7
4.1 Strengthen the Political Relationship8
4.2 Develop Closer Bond Between religion8
4.3 Education and Awareness8
4.4 Involvement in Non Governmental Organization9
4.5 Curb Racial Profiling9
4.0 Summary10
References11
Introduction
Why does war happen? War happens for various reasons like greed, glory, religion, economic and colonialism. Before we go further on those issues, let define war. Oxford dictionary define war as a state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within country. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines war as an actual, intentional and widespread armed conflict between political communities. Regardless of however war was defined; it was never good situations for one to be involved in. Throughout history, power and colonialism was achieved through war and the earliest civilization of Mesopotamia was recorded as the first war ever happen. The First World War was sparked with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir of Austro-Hungarian throne in Sarajevo on 28th June 1914. The death of Ferdinand is the start of events of global war. World War 2 left devastating impact to thousands from all over the world and it was known as the biggest mass war that ever happen. In this assignment, the writer will touch on the reason why war happened and discussions on the war from a moral principle point of view, like the principle of duty, principle of badness, principle of human evolution and principle of ambition point of view. It is important to understand this issue to find solutions to war. The writer will also give suggestions on how can we prevent war from happening in future. War and Reasons

Crushing effect of war is undeniable. The damage affects both physically and psychologically. War did not happen overnight, it usually the cumulated conflict between countries and usually happen for a very long durations. Some wars take up to decades to end and till today there are countries still at war. War happen due to various reasons and it involve human nature and greed. 2.1Colonialism

We can ponder about the many reasons as to why war happened, but let us look further into depth on the few main points that were mentioned above. Colonialism, according to Stanford En CITATION Koh14 \l 1033 (Kohn, 2014)cyclopedia of Philosophy refers to the practise of domination, that involve the submissions of one people to another. We recognized colonialism back in history as how one country colonizes another, mainly on the desire to expand their power and territory. It can be due to economical reasons such as acquisition of resources or expansion their territory. There are positive and negative impacts to colonisation. In Malaysia, colonisation started when Portuguese were looking for new trade routes from Europe to India. They conquered Malacca in 1511. The colonisation of British into Malaya had improved infrastructures and industrial establishment with the building of railway road and new town. In return for modernization for a better Malaya, Malaya’s natural resources were exploited. Independence

Men were never born to be brought up in a cage or to live under fear. The inborn desire to live freely is one of the main reasons that men would start a war to fight for their independence. The fight for independence has always begin with a voice of rebellion among the citizens of a country, be it the fight from an unjust government or the fight to stand up for something they believe in or the fight for the people itself. William Wallace and...


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