Michael Walzer is one of the worldas leading philosophers and political theorists. In addition to his best-known books such as Spheres of Justice, and Just and Unjust Wars, he has contributed to contemporary political debates beyond academia in the New York Times, the New Yorker and Dissent. Reading Walzer is the first book to assess the full range of Walzeras work. An outstanding team of international contributors consider the following topics in relation to Walzeras work: the moral standing of nation states individual responsibility and laws governing the conduct of war debates over intervention and non-intervention human and minority rights moral and cultural pluralism equality justice Walzeras radicalism and role as a critic. All chapters have been specially commissioned for this collection, and Walzeras responses to his critics makes Reading Walzer essential reading for students of political philosophy and political theory.Warfare and Noncombatant Immunity I (working paper), in Zivan Lazonic (ed.), Yearbook of ... manual, defining the core concepts of leadership doctrine, FM 6Ay 22(FM 22Ay100) http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/repository/materials/fm6Ay22.pdf.
|Author||:||Yitzhak Benbaji, Naomi Sussmann|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-10-30|