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Rawls's Law of Peoples

A Realistic Utopia?

Authors: Rex Martin, David A. Reidy Publisher: Wiley Publication date: 2008 Publication language: Angielski Number of pages: 342 Publication formats: EAN: 9781405157360 ISBN: 9781405157360 Category: Social & political philosophy Politics & government Publisher's index: - Bibliographic note: -

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RAWLS'S LAW OF PEOPLES
A REALISTIC UTOPIA?

"Like his conception of social justice, John Rawls's vision of a just world has been the subject of heated debate, but its real strengths and weaknesses are becoming apparent only gradually. This excellent volume substantially advances that process, and will benefit anyone hoping to understand how one of the greatest political philosophers addressed some of humanity's most pressing problems."
Andrew Williams, University of Reading

TOC

  • Rawls’s Law of Peoples: A Realistic Utopia? 6
    • Contents 10
    • Notes on Contributors 13
    • Preface 18
    • List of Abbreviations 21
  • Part I Background and Structure 22
    • 1 Introduction: Reading Rawls’s The Law of Peoples 24
    • 2 Uniting What Right Permits with What Interest Prescribes: Rawls’s Law of Peoples in Context 40
    • 3 Rawls’s Peoples 59
  • Part II Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and Universalism: Questions of Priority and Coherence 78
    • 4 Cultural Imperialism and ‘Democratic Peace’ 80
    • 5 The Problem of Decent Peoples 97
    • 6 Why Rawls is Not a Cosmopolitan Egalitarian 116
  • Part III On Human Rights 136
    • 7 Human Rights as Moral Claim Rights 138
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