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Framing The Issues In Moral Terms Iii: Rights And Right Conduct, Robert Williams Dec 2014

Framing The Issues In Moral Terms Iii: Rights And Right Conduct, Robert Williams

Robert E. Williams Jr.

The development of a global human rights culture has had a profound effect on the way discussions of military ethics are framed. This is most apparent in the development of the “responsibility to protect” norm amid a broader debate concerning military intervention to stop serious human rights abuses. With policymakers and international lawyers, many just war theorists have adopted an understanding of military ethics centered on human rights. This essay describes the development of the rights-based perspective on the use of force and its impact on key questions regarding the resort to war and just conduct in war.


Elementi Per Una Teoria Critica Delle Regressioni, In "La Società Degli Individui", Xvii, N. 51 (2014), Pp. 141-152., Marco Solinas Dec 2013

Elementi Per Una Teoria Critica Delle Regressioni, In "La Società Degli Individui", Xvii, N. 51 (2014), Pp. 141-152., Marco Solinas

Marco Solinas

The essay aims to offer a critical theory of psychosocial processes of regressive and depressive type. The Author starts by discussing the determining influence attributed to social suffering in the framework of the moral grammar of social struggle outlined by Axel Honneth, then he offers an analysis of the regressive reactions activate by disrespect experiences. The Author discusses some important points of Walter Benjamin’s philosophy of history, in particularly Benjamin’s critique of traditional concept of progress, and the determining role attributed to suffering; points that are translated and moved in the framework of the analysis of regressive processes ...


Building Democracy In Japan, Mary Alice Haddad Dec 2011

Building Democracy In Japan, Mary Alice Haddad

Mary Alice Haddad

How is democracy made real? How does an undemocratic country create new institutions and transform its polity such that democratic values and practices become integral parts of its political culture? These are some of the most pressing questions of our times, and they are the central inquiry of Building Democracy in Japan. Using the Japanese experience as starting point, this book develops a new approach to the study of democratization that examines state-society interactions as a country adjusts its existing political culture to accommodate new democratic values, institutions and practices. With reference to the country's history, the book focuses ...


Visions Of Utopia: Philosophy And The Perfect Society, Fred Baumann Dec 2007

Visions Of Utopia: Philosophy And The Perfect Society, Fred Baumann

Fred Baumann

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El Yo Político. Concepciones Del Yo, La Política Y La Autonomía En La Teoría Política Contemporánea, Emma Norman Oct 2007

El Yo Político. Concepciones Del Yo, La Política Y La Autonomía En La Teoría Política Contemporánea, Emma Norman

Emma R. Norman

LA AUTORA EXPLORA CÓMO LOS CONCEPTOS DEL "YO" Y LA "POLÍTICA" HAN SIDO CONCEPTUALIZADOS EN DISTINTAS ÁREAS DE LA FILOSOFIA POLÍTICA CONTEMPORÁNEA. SU ARGUMENTO CENTRAL ES QUE AMBOS CONCEPTOS ESTÁN INELUDIBLEMENTE CONECTADOS Y QUE TAL INTERCONEXIÓN NO HA SIDO PLENAMENTE RECONOCIDA EN LOS DEBATES LIBERAL COMUNITARISTA, POSTESTRUCTURALISTA Y DE DEMOCRACIA DELIBERATIVA. LA AUTORA DEFIENDE UNA CONCEPCIÓN POSLIBERAL DEL YO QUE RECONOCE UNA CONEXIÓN CERCANA Y QUE ES ENSANCHADA, CON "LO POLÍTICO". BASÁNDOSE EN LA CRÍTICA DE LA POLÍTICA LIBERAL DE CARL SCHMITT Y EN LAS PERSPECTIVAS SINGULARES DE HAMRNH ARENDT, NORMAN DESARROLLA UNA VISIÓN POSARENDTIANA MODERADAMENTE AGONÍSTICA. ESTA VISIÓN DE ...


Politics And Volunteering In Japan: A Global Perspective, Mary Alice Haddad Feb 2007

Politics And Volunteering In Japan: A Global Perspective, Mary Alice Haddad

Mary Alice Haddad

Politics and Volunteering begins by painting a portrait of volunteering in Japan, and demonstrates that our current understandings of civil society have been based implicitly on a U.S. model that does not adequately consider participation patterns found in other parts of the world. The book develops a theory of civic participation that, incorporates citizen attitudes about governmental and individual responsibility, with societal and governmental practices that support (or hinder) volunteer participation. This theory is tested using cross-national and sub-national statistical analysis, and it is refined through detailed case studies of volunteering in three Japanese cities. The findings are then ...


“Sobre El Concepto De Estado: El Debate Contemporáneo" (On The Concept Of The State: The Current Debate), Andrés Henao Castro, Nathaly Rodríguez Sánchez Dec 2005

“Sobre El Concepto De Estado: El Debate Contemporáneo" (On The Concept Of The State: The Current Debate), Andrés Henao Castro, Nathaly Rodríguez Sánchez

Andrés Fabián Henao-Castro

No abstract provided.


“Análisis De Las Resistencias Desde La Perspectiva De Michel Foucault” (Political Resistance According To Michel Foucault), Andrés Henao Castro Dec 2005

“Análisis De Las Resistencias Desde La Perspectiva De Michel Foucault” (Political Resistance According To Michel Foucault), Andrés Henao Castro

Andrés Fabián Henao-Castro

No abstract provided.


“Análisis Crítico De La Desobediencia Civil” (Critical Analysis Of Civil Disobedience), Andrés Henao Castro Dec 2005

“Análisis Crítico De La Desobediencia Civil” (Critical Analysis Of Civil Disobedience), Andrés Henao Castro

Andrés Fabián Henao-Castro

No abstract provided.


Agonism, Emma Norman Dec 2000

Agonism, Emma Norman

Emma R. Norman

No abstract provided.