vi, 408 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Studies in global justice ; v. 1.
Formatted Contents Note
Poverty and global justice : some challenges ahead / Hilde F. Johnson Justice, morality and power in the global context / Rainer Forst "Saving amina" : global justice for women and intercultural dialogue / Alison M. Jaggar Poverty as a human rights violation and the limits of nationalism / Geert Demuijnck International or global justice? evaluating the cosmopolitan approach / Thomas Mertens Understanding and evaluating the contribution principle / Christian Barry World poverty and moral responsibility / Ser-Min Shei The principle of subsidiarity / Stefan Gosepath "It's the power, stupid!" on the unmentioned precondition of social justice / Alessandro Pinzani Egalitarian global distributive justice or minimal standard? : Pogge's position / Véronique Zanetti Responsibility and international distributive justice / Alexander Cappelen From natural law to human rights : some reflections on Thomas Pogge and global justice / Henrik Syse Deliberation or negotiation? remarks on the justice of global and regional human rights agreements / Regina Kreide Human rights and relativism / Andreas Follesdal The nature of human rights / Leif Wenar Severe poverty as a human rights violation : weak and strong / Wilfried Hinsch and Markus Stepanians The first UN millennium development goal : a cause for celebration? Thomas Pogge Can global distributive justice be minimalist and consensual? : reflections on Thomas Pogge's global tax on natural resources / Jean-Christophe Merle Redistributing responsibilities : the UN global compact with corporations / Andrew Kuper.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -408).
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