Politics & Ethics in Review

Politics & Ethics in Review

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Serving as a forum for a diverse array of views and issues, this book fosters the exploration of both theory and practice in the intersecting realms of politics and ethics. The essays presented here run the gamut of topics from global to state concerns; from the brutal conflict in East Timor to the impact of market forces in society. Scholarly research and viewpoints make this collection of papers an important resource for studying and solving of political and ethical dilemmas.
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  • Hardback | 196 pages
  • 180 x 260 x 19.05mm | 482g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • UK ed.
  • 1594546738
  • 9781594546730

Table of contents

Preface; The Meaning and Limitation of Public Life under Global Capitalism; Disenchanted Liberals: Alexis De Tocqueville and Max Weber; Something Must Be Done? Genocidal Chaos and World Responses to Mass Murder in East Timor between 1975 and 1999; Nussbaums Capabilities Approach: Political Criticism and the Burden of Proof; Christian Realism: A Normative Tradition for International Politics; Why Vote?; Thinking of States as Moral Agents: An Argument from Analogy in Defence of the Moral Autonomy of States; Wider Still: Reflective Equilibrium and the Explanation of Political Radicalisation; Lords and Mothers: Silent Subjects in Hobbess Political Theory; Foundational Goods and Private Lives; A Universal Right to Healthcare; A Criticism of the Libertarian Account of Political Values and Market Practices; Index.
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