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Where our choice is inescapably a choice between evils – where there is no third possibility – we should, as responsible moral and political agents, batten down the hatches and try to do the lesser evil. Jean-Paul Sartre’s character Hoederer, in the play Dirty Hands, is exemplary: a paradigm of what a morally committed political agent should be in the world in which he finds himself. To try to wash one’s hands, Pontius Pilate-like, of a dirty hands situation – to say, ‘It is none of my business, my hands are clean’, where some choice on our part might make a difference – is impossible.

The connection is a contingent one. Where our choice is inescapably a choice between evils – where there is no third possibility – we should, as responsible moral and political agents, batten down the hatches and try to do the lesser evil. Jean-Paul Sartre’s character Hoederer, in the play Dirty Hands, is exemplary: a paradigm of what a morally committed political agent should be in the world in which he finds himself. To try to wash one’s hands, Pontius Pilate-like, of a dirty hands situation – to say, ‘It is none of my business, my hands are clean’, where some choice on our part might make a difference – is impossible.

L. J. Walker, Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1998, p. 515. 7 In another famous passage, Machiavelli praises the citizens of Florence who were willing to jeopardize their immortal souls for the sake of their city. See The Florentine History, trans. N. H. , 1906, vol. I, p. 175. 8 M. Weber, ‘Politics as a Vocation’, The Vocation Lectures, ed. D. Owen and T. B. Strong, trans. R. Livingstone, Indianapolis: Hackett, 2004, p. 86. 9 Weber, ‘Politics as a Vocation’, p. 92; emphasis deleted. 10 M. Walzer, ‘Political Action: The Problem of Dirty Hands’, Philosophy and Public Affairs, vol.

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