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Pacifist may mean:

  • an advocate of pacifism.
  • an Atari ST emulator for DOS. Other emulators like gemulator use additional hardware to emulate the Atari system, so they are not performing emulation in the traditional sense. Each Atari emulator needs the operating system originally used on the emulated systems. In this case a version of the TOS is needed, via a ROM. With a proper setup, Pacifist can run most Atari software. Pacifist is not as popular as Winston and gemulator, which are good alternatives, as they are compatible with the Windows operating system.

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Pacifism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3176 words)
Many outstanding pacifists of this sort have taken part in defensive military actions when their countries were attacked, but others prefer to leave their country if it is preparing for aggressive war (such as Germany in the 1930s).
Many pacifists may seek to be recognized conscientious objectors by their government, and may actively seek other ways to avoid all participation in their nation's maintenance or use of military forces.
Some pacifists and multilateralists are in favor of the establishment of a world government as a means to prevent and control international aggression without the UN veto problem.
. . . Pacifist Claptrap (washingtonpost.com) (703 words)
Pacifists are not serious people, although they devoutly believe they are, and their arguments are not being taken seriously at the moment.
Pacifists see themselves as obviously on the side of a higher morality, and there is a surface appeal to this notion, even for those who dismiss pacifism as hopelessly naive.
There can be truth in the pacifists' claim to the moral high ground, notably in the case of a war that is waged for manifestly evil purposes.
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