terminatio


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ending

 [end´ing]
a finishing or final part of something, especially the peripheral termination of a nerve or nerve fiber. Called also terminatio and terminus.
free nerve ending the type of neural receptor with the simplest form, in which the peripheral nerve fiber divides into fine branches that terminate freely in connective tissue or epithelium.

ter·mi·na·tion

(ter'mi-nā'shŭn),
1. An end or ending, particularly a nerve ending.
2. Induced ending of a pregnancy.
Synonym(s): terminatio [TA]
[L. terminatio]

terminatio

/ter·mi·na·tio/ (ter″mĭ-na´she-o) pl. terminatio´nes   [L.] an ending; the site of discontinuation of a structure, as the free nerve endings (terminatio´nes nervo´rum li´berae), in which the peripheral fiber divides into fine branches that terminate freely in connective tissue or epithelium.

terminatio

pl. terminationes [L.] an ending; the site of discontinuation of a structure, as the free nerve endings (terminationes nervorum liberae), in which the peripheral fiber divides into fine branches that terminate freely in connective tissue or epithelium.
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How to navigate these countervailing moral considerations is a substantive issue of jus terminatio that is addressed nowhere in traditional accounts of jus ad bellum.
It seems clear that a jus terminatio that adopted an unmodified version of the 'sunk costs" interpretation suggested above would be unacceptably permissive, as it would give an almost limitless license to continue and escalate violence in the context of a failing war.
There are two ways that I can see in which jus terminatio could deal with this problem of escalation through revised cost assessments.