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A Critical Introduction Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between &apos insiders and outsiders&apos Do we have substantive duties of &apos justice&apos to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today.International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which members of &apos bounded&apos communities, primarily nation-states, have to &apos outsiders&apos and &apos foreigners&apos . He then takes the theoretical approaches in context by discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of political communities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, the ethics of harm related to interstate international violence, and the challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes by suggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21st century require reframing in a way that focuses more intently on the nature of harm between communities and individuals.This book provides students and scholars with a conceptual framework with which to analyse the policies, actions and philosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations. Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess their own positions on contemporary ethical issues such as global poverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees and global warming. International Ethics: Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between &apos insiders and outsiders&apos Do we have substantive duties of &apos justice&apos to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today.International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which members of &apos bounded&apos communities, primarily nation-states, have to &apos outsiders&apos and &apos foreigners&apos . He then takes the theoretical approaches in context by discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of political communities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, the ethics of harm related to interstate international violence, and the challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes by suggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21st century require reframing in a way that focuses more intently on the nature of harm between communities and individuals.This book provides students and scholars with a conceptual framework with which to analyse the policies, actions and philosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations. Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess their own positions on contemporary ethical issues such as global poverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees and global warming. Political Science Internationale Beziehungen Politische Philosophie Politikwissenschaft Modern Political Theory International Relations Moderne Politiktheorie, John Wiley & Sons

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A Critical Introduction Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between &apos insiders and outsiders&apos Do we have substantive duties of &apos justice&apos to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today.International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which members of &apos bounded&apos communities, primarily nation-states, have to &apos outsiders&apos and &apos foreigners&apos . He then takes the theoretical approaches in context by discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of political communities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, the ethics of harm related to interstate international violence, and the challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes by suggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21st century require reframing in a way that focuses more intently on the nature of harm between communities and individuals.This book provides students and scholars with a conceptual framework with which to analyse the policies, actions and philosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations. Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess their own positions on contemporary ethical issues such as global poverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees and global warming. International Ethics: Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between &apos insiders and outsiders&apos Do we have substantive duties of &apos justice&apos to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today.International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which members of &apos bounded&apos communities, primarily nation-states, have to &apos outsiders&apos and &apos foreigners&apos . He then takes the theoretical approaches in context by discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of political communities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, the ethics of harm related to interstate international violence, and the challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes by suggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21st century require reframing in a way that focuses more intently on the nature of harm between communities and individuals.This book provides students and scholars with a conceptual framework with which to analyse the policies, actions and philosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations. Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess their own positions on contemporary ethical issues such as global poverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees and global warming. International Relations Internationale Beziehungen Modern Political Theory Moderne Politiktheorie Political Science Politikwissenschaft Politische Philosophie, John Wiley & Sons

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Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between 'insiders and outsiders'? Do we have substantive duties of 'justice' to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance? These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today. International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between 'insiders and outsiders'? Do we have substantive duties of 'justice' to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance? These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today. International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which members of 'bounded' communities, primarily nation-states, have to 'outsiders' and 'foreigners'. He then takes the theoretical approaches in context by discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of political communities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, the ethics of harm related to interstate international violence, and the challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes by suggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21st century require reframing in a way that focuses more intently on the nature of harm between communities and individuals. This book provides students and scholars with a conceptual framework with which to analyse the policies, actions and philosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations. Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess their own positions on contemporary ethical issues such as global poverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees and global warming. EBooks, Books~~Political Science & Government~~International Relations~~General, International-Ethics~~Richard-Shapcott, 999999999, International Ethics: A Critical Introduction, Richard Shapcott, 0745657435, Wiley, , , , , Wiley

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Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between 'insiders and outsiders'? Do we have substantive duties of 'justice' to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance? These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today. International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and. Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between 'insiders and outsiders'? Do we have substantive duties of 'justice' to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance? These are two of the most crucial questions confronting world politics and the field of international ethics today. International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which members of 'bounded' communities, primarily nation-states, have to 'outsiders' and 'foreigners'. He then takes the theoretical approaches in context by discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of political communities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, the ethics of harm related to interstate international violence, and the challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes by suggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21st century require reframing in a way that focuses more intently on the nature of harm between communities and individuals. This book provides students and scholars with a conceptual framework with which to analyse the policies, actions and philosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations. Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess their own positions on contemporary ethical issues such as global poverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees and global warming. eBooks, Society and Social Sciences~~Politics & Government~~International Relations, International Ethics~~EBook~~9780745657431~~Richard Shapcott, , International Ethics, Richard Shapcott, 9780745657431, Wiley, 04/30/2013, , , , Wiley

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Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between´insiders and outsiders´? Do we have substantive duties of´justice´ to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aidand assistance? These are two of the most crucial questionsconfronting world politics and the field of international ethicstoday.International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides anengaging and accessible introduction to these foundationalquestions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, RichardShapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism,communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises theirapproaches to the various obligations which members of ´bounded´communities, primarily nation-states, have to ´outsiders´ and´foreigners´. He then takes the theoretical approaches in contextby discussing the ethics of hospitality and membership of politicalcommunities, issues of mutual aid and humanitarianism abroad, theethics of harm related to interstate international violence, andthe challenge of severe global poverty. The book concludes bysuggesting that the terms of international ethical life in the 21stcentury require reframing in a way that focuses more intently onthe nature of harm between communities and individuals.This book provides students and scholars with a conceptualframework with which to analyse the policies, actions andphilosophy of governments, NGOs and international corporations.Above all, it offers the means whereby individuals can assess theirown positions on contemporary ethical issues such as globalpoverty, humanitarian intervention, migration and refugees andglobal warming. A Critical Introduction eBook eBooks>Fremdsprachige eBooks>Englische eBooks>Sach- & Fachthemen>Philosophie, John Wiley & Sons Inc

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780745657431
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0745657435
Date de parution: 2013
Editeur: Wiley, J
280 Pages
Langue: eng/Englisch

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