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Traditions of International Ethicsby Terry Nardin and David R Maple
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This is the first comprehensive study of how different ethical traditions deal with the central moral problems of international affairs.
A comprehensive study of how different ethical traditions deal with the central moral problems of international affairs.
Table of Contents
1. Ethical traditions in international affairs Terry Nardin; 2. The tradition of international law Murray Forsyth; 3. The declaratory tradition in modern international law Dorothy V. Jones; 4. Classical realism Steven Forde; 5. Twentieth century realism Jack Donnelly; 6. Natural law and international ethics Joseph Boyle; 7. Kant's global rationalism Thomas Donaldson; 8. Utilitarianism and international ethics Anthony Ellis; 9. The contractarian tradition and international ethics David R. Mapel; 10. Liberalism and international reform Michael Joseph Smith; 11. Marxism and international ethics Chris Brown; 12. The idea of rights in international ethics R. J. Vincent; 13. Biblical argument in international ethics Michael G. Cartwright; 14. Convergence and divergence in international ethics David R. Mapel and Terry Nardin.
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