Why is someone saying murder is bad so situational?
If you kill a man who you have a personal problem with it's murder.
If you kill a man in battle it's glorious.
I'm having some trouble understanding the differences. They both are using violence to resolve conflict. One is just on a bigger scale.
If you kill a man with whom you have a personal problem of deadly assault, it's self-defense. If you kill a man in battle then the state, which sent you to do just that and gets to say what laws it will enforce and which legal terms it will use, will also define it as self-defense of a sort. Neither is murder, not legally. You can use moral definitions to call it so in both cases, of course, but morals are subjective, especially in this age of radical secularism, and so those definitions would have validity to none but yourself and others who agree with your world view.
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