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Human Rights : Moral or Political?

Etinson, Adam (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2018/05
508 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198713258
KCN: 1028835075
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DDC: 323
KDC: A117 倫理学・道徳哲学
書評掲載: Choice Reviews 2018 December
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This volume is a collective study of the two leading conceptions of human rights: as natural moral rights that we have simply in virtue of being human, or as rights that play a distinctive role in modern politics. Each chapter is accompanied by a probing commentary; the authors are leading figures from philosophy, law, and political science
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Table of Contents

Adam Etinson: Introduction I. THE RELEVANCE OF HISTORY 1: Martti Koskenniemi: Rights, History, Critique Annabel Brett: 1.1 Doing Without an Original: A Commentary on Martti Koskenniemi 2: Samuel Moyn: Human Rights in Heaven John Tasioulas: 2.1 Philosophizing the Real World of Human Rights: A Reply to Samuel Moyn Jeffrey Flynn: 2.2 Genealogies of Human Rights: What's at Stake? II. THE ORTHODOX-POLITICAL DEBATE 3: Jeremy Waldron: Human Rights: A Critique of the Raz/Rawls Approach Joseph Raz: 3.1 On Waldron's Critique of Raz on Human Rights 4: James W. Nickel: Assigning Functions to Human Rights: Methodological Issues in Human Rights Theory Adam Etinson: 4.1 On Being Faithful to the 'Practice': A Response to Nickel 5: Andrea Sangiovanni: The Concept of Human Rights: The Broad View Rainer Forst: 5.1 Human Rights in Context: A Comment on Sangiovanni III. MORALITY AND LAW 6: Allen Buchanan & Gopal Sreenivasan: Taking International Legality Seriously: A Methodology for Human Rights Erasmus Mayr: 6.1 Instrumentalism and Human Rights: A Response to Buchanan and Sreenivasan 7: Mattias Kumm: The Turn to Justification: On the Structure and Domain of Human Rights Practice Samantha Besson: 7.1 Human Rights and Justification: A Reply to Mattias Kumm 8: Andreas Follesdal: Appreciating the Margin of Appreciation George Letsas: 8.1 The Margin of Appreciation Revisited: A Response to Follesdal IV. IDEALS AND THEIR LIMITS 9: Kimberley Brownlee: Dwelling in Possibility: Ideals, Aspirations, and Human Rights Rowan Cruft: 9.1 In What Sense Should Respect for Human Rights Be Attainable? A Response to Brownlee 10: Elizabeth Ashford: The Nature of Violations of the Human Right to Subsistence Daniel Weinstock: 10.1 Remarks on Elizabeth Ashford's "The Nature of Violations of the Human Right to Subsistence" V. THE CHALLENGES OF POLITICS 11: Pablo Gilabert: Reflections on Human Rights and Power Elizabeth Frazer: 11.1 Reflections on Human Rights and Power: A Commentary 12: C.A.J. Coady: The Hazards of Rescue Vasuki Nesiah: 12.1 The Politics of Humanitarian Morality: Reflections on "The Hazards of Rescue" VI. INDIVIDUALS, BORDERS, AND GROUPS 13: Peter Jones: Human Rights and Collective Self-Determination Will Kymlicka: 13.1 Linking Self-Determination and Human Rights: A Comment on Peter Jones 14: Alex Levitov & Stephen Macedo: Human Rights, Membership, and Moral Responsibility in an Unjust World: The Case of Immigration Restrictions Seyla Benhabib: 14.1 The Slippery Slope of Statist Cosmopolitanism: A Response to Levitov and Macedo