I wish to maintain in this last chapter something that arises out of a consideration of the nature of terrorism. I argue that terrorism presupposes certain basic and probably universal moral principles, binding upon human beings. It may seem that I am discussing this issue in light of current events, specifically the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, but that is wrong. I had written an early version of this chapter back in 1987 and have reworked it here because of its potential for shedding additional light on the topic of objectivity.