6 edition of Responsibility and Justice found in the catalog.
February 1, 2007 by Polity Press .
Written in English
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In this lively and accessible book, Matt Matravers considers the role of responsibility in politics, morality and the law. In recent years, responsibility has taken a central place in our lives.
In politics, both Tony Blair and George W. Bush have claimed that individual responsibility is at the cen. Responsibility and Justice 1st Edition by Matt Matravers (Author) › Visit Amazon's Matt Matravers Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Matt Matravers (Author) ISBN This book should be widely read.'Paul Kelly, London School of Economics, "This book gives a clear account of the problem that growing doubtsabout responsibility present for some practises of justice to whichwe are deeply committed.
Review from previous edition: "This book may become the one against which cosmopolitans define their position, but it offers a great deal more than that; in particular a theory of global justice which gives nationhood a central place, and a nuanced and insightful analysis of the idea Responsibility and Justice book responsibility."- Cited by: cal philosophy these forms of justice are usually discussed separately,it is part of the argument of this book that they are usefully considered together.
So, consider two examples from the realms of distributive and retributive distributive justice,people are 2 The Many Faces of Responsibility. The book develops this idea by clarifying the nature of structural injustice; developing the notion of political responsibility for injustice and how it differs from older ideas of blame and guilt; and finally how Responsibility and Justice book can then use this model to describe our responsibilities to others no.
The book presents a systematic challenge to existing theories of global justice without retreating to a narrow nationalism that denies that we have any responsibilities to the world's poor. It combines discussion of practical questions such as immigration and foreign aid with philosophical exploration of, for instance, the different senses of.
Punishment, Responsibility, and Justice: A Relational Critique (Oxford Monographs Responsibility and Justice book Criminal Law and Justice) Alan Norrie This book addresses the retributive and "orthodox subjectivist" theories that dominate criminal justice theory alongside recent "revisionist" and "postmodern" approaches.
This book presents a non-cosmopolitan theory of global justice. In contrast to theories that seek to extend principles of social justice, such as equality of opportunity or resources, to the world as a whole, it argues that in a world made up of self-determining national communities, a different conception is needed.
The book presents and defends an account of national responsibility which. My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “The first book from Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a Supreme Court Justice in —a witty, engaging, serious, and playful collection of writings and speeches from the woman who has had a powerful and enduring influence on law, women’s rights, and popular culture.” When the noted political philosopher Iris Marion Young died inher death was mourned as the passing of "one of the most important political philosophers of the past quarter-century" (Cass Sunstein) and as an important and innovative thinker working at the conjunction of a number of important topics: global justice; democracy and difference; continental political theory; ethics and.
How have theoretical understandings of justice, peace and responsibility changed in the face of contemporary realities of war. Drawing on the work of leading scholars in the fields of philosophy, political theory, international law, religious studies and peace studies, the collection significantly advances current literature on war, justice and.
This is a book of fundamental significance for any debate about social and political justice. Young has carefully separated the concepts of guilt/blame and responsibility and shows how structural injustice emerges from the actions of a multitude of separate individuals, all acting within their rights, in good faith, and pursuing their legitimate interests/5.
Engineering Peace and Justice: The Responsibility of Engineers to Society will be of interest to anyone involved in the engineering profession. Students contemplating careers in engineering will also find this book an inspiring guide to more vocational roles in the field.
Punishment, Responsibility, and Justice by Alan Norrie,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Responsibility, Desert, and Justice, Carl Knight 8. Responsibility and False Beliefs, Peter Vallentyne 9. The Public Ecology of Responsibility, Susan Hurley The Apparent Asymmetry of Responsibility, Avner de-Shalit and Jonathan Wolff Taking Up the Slack.
Responsibility and Justice in Situations of Partial Compliance, David Miller Responsibility and Justice by Matt Matravers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).
Matthieu Ricard, a Buddhist monk, trained as a molecular biologist before moving to Nepal to study Buddhism. He is the author (with his father, Jean-François Revel) of The Monk and the Philosopher, The Quantum and the Lotus (with Trinh Thuan), Happiness, The Art of Meditation, Altruism: The Power of Compassion,A Plea for the Animals, and (with Wolf Singer) Beyond the Self: Conversations.
Memory, Historic Injustice, and Responsibility is an insightful and original book on the relationship of past and present in thinking about what it means to do justice.
A valuable addition to the currently available literature on historical justice, the volume will be of great interest to students and scholars of political science, philosophy. Responsibility and Distributive Justice both reflects on these recent developments in normative political theory and moves the debate forwards.
Written by established experts in the field and emerging scholars, it contains essays previously unpublished in academic books or journals.
Responsibility and historic injustice: Description: p. Contents: From personal to political responsibility --Structure as the subject of justice --Guilt versus responsibility: a reading and partial critique of Hannah Arendt --A social connection model --Responsibility across borders --Avoiding responsibility --Responsibility and historic.
Luck Egalitarianism: Equality, Responsibility, and Justice Carl Knight "Responsibility-sensitive" accounts of distributive justice have been a notable recent development in political theory, and luck egalitarianism has become the default position among such philosophers as Ronald Dworkin, G.
Cohen, and Richard Arneson. Responsibility for Justice further develops some themes that have been prevalent throughout her life as a scholar, most recently in her book Global Challenges: War, Self-Determination and Responsibility for Justice, which appeared in structural disadvantage within societies, global interconnectedness, and questions about individual.
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Theoretically sophisticated and morally serious, Segall's book maintains a high scholarly standard. Health, Luck, and Justice should be read by philosophers, bioethicists, economists, and other social scientists concerned with the ethics of health policy."—Daniel Wikler, Harvard University.
Many Old Testament scholars have focused their studies of justice on the eighth-century BC prophets Isaiah, Amos and Micah, giving little or no attention to Hosea. Neglect of Hosea in relation to justice arises from the common notion that he was a prophet of love, and although some studies concede that parts of the book deal with justice, it is often overlooked or given secondary importance to.
Amos begins with the justice of God, then, and shows how that relates to justice in society. The entire book of Amos shines a powerful light on Israelite society, revealing its dishonesty, corruption, and violence.
That being the case, God is perfectly right to bring the overwhelming disaster of which Amos speaks. I start from the assumption that the responsibility to protect human rights is an international responsibility.
Protecting human rights is not just a matter of each state protecting the rights of its own citizens, even though this is one of its primary functions and (arguably) a condition of its legitimacy.
This book is a very well crafted argument for the need for a "white complicity pedagogy" in college classrooms. Applebaum's own understanding of white complicity is that the white majority is responsible for maintaining the privilege that whites hold in society, and thereby the disadvantages people of color experience/5(3).
There is concern for justice in our world today. However, to achieve justice for the world, we must better understand how God views it. God is merciful but Scripture also tells us that He is a just God who will judge injustice and wrongs. God sees the hearts and minds of men and will judge all men.
Turn to these Bible verses for a better understanding of God intentions. As Christians, we. In this book, and in other work, Lacey is concerned to probe the relationship between historical and conceptual dimensions of criminal responsibility.
Lacey’s account of criminal responsibility is based on a more historicised appreciation of the development of the relevant principles and practices over time that that countenanced by scholars.
This book presents a non-cosmopolitan theory of global justice. In contrast to theories that seek to extend principles of social justice, such as equality of opportunity or resources, to the world as a whole, it argues that in a world made up of self-determining national communities, a different conception is.
Responsibility, Chastisement and Restoration Relational Justice in the Book of Hosea by Ronald Laldinsuah and Publisher Langham Monographs. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is.
Conservative and Labour MPs have asked the government to consider raising the age of criminal responsibility from 10 in England and Wales and to. The book, along with the trial of Adolf Eichmann inchanged the way the world saw the Holocaust.
While others stood silent, Wiesel grappled with the moral and theological implications of. Neglect of the book of Hosea in relation to justice arises from the common notion that he was a prophet of love, and although some studies concede that parts of the book deal with justice, it is often overlooked or given secondary importance to other concerns and themes.
Ronald Laldinsuah addresses this misconception by demonstrating that Hosea was indeed a prophet of justice, and observes. The need for other actors in the realm of supermarket corporate social responsibility. Chapter 2: Food justice as social justice: towards a new regulatory framework in support of a basic human right to healthy food.
The need for regulatory reform to address food injustice. Hungry for justice: the right to nutritional food and a. The Little Book of Restorative Justice in Education: Fostering Responsibility, Healing, and Hope in Schools by Katherine Evans, Dorothy Vaandering.
Paperback $ Paperback. $ NOOK Book. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping. The ethics of care (alternatively care ethics or EoC) is a normative ethical theory that holds that moral action centers on interpersonal relationships and care or benevolence as a virtue.
EoC is one of a cluster of normative ethical theories that were developed by feminists in the second half of the twentieth century. While consequentialist and deontological ethical theories emphasize.
In this book, Tisha Rajendra reframes the confused and often heated debate over immigration around the world, proposes a new definition of justice based on responsibility to relationships, and develops a Christian ethic to address this vexing social problem.
Migrants and Citizens: Justice and Responsibility in the Ethics of Immigration.