Contemporary political philosophy : an anthology / edited by Robert E. Goodin and Philip Pettit.
Contributor(s): Goodin, Robert E., editor. | Pettit, Philip, editor.Call number: JA71 C578 2019 Material type: TextSeries: Blackwell philosophy anthologies ; 41.Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley-Blackwell, 2019.Edition: Third Edition.Description: ix, 726 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm..Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781119154167 (pbk.) ; 9781119154174 (pdf.) (Invalid ISBN) ; 9781119154181 (ePub.) (Invalid ISBN) Subject(s): Political science -- Philosophy.DDC classification: 320
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Realism and moralism in political theory / Bernard Williams -- What do we want from a theory of justice? / Amartya Sen -- Utopophobia / David Estlund -- Political political theory : an inaugural lecture / Jeremy Waldron -- The state / Quentin Skinner -- State simplification / James C. Scott -- The liberal state / Catharine A. MacKinnon -- The market and the forum : three varieties of political theory / Jon Elster -- Invoking civil society / Charles Taylor -- The public sphere / Jürgen Habermas -- Procedural democracy / Robert A. Dahl -- Deliberation and democratic legitimacy / Joshua Cohen -- Dealing with difference : a politics of ideas or a politics of presence? / Anne Phillips -- A "selection model" of political representation / Jane Mansbridge -- Justice as fairness / John Rawls -- Nozick's entitlements / Onora O'Neill -- Justice engendered / Martha Minow -- Political responsibility and structural injustice / Iris Marion Young -- Superseding historic injustice / Jeremy Waldron -- Are there any natural rights? / H.L.A. Hart -- Taking rights seriously / Ronald M. Dworkin -- Basic rights / Henry Shue -- The dark side of human rights / Onora O'Neill -- A defense of abortion / Judith Jarvis Thomson -- Justice and minority rights / Will Kymlicka -- Two concepts of liberty / Isaiah Berlin -- What's wrong with negative liberty? / Charles Taylor -- A third concept of liberty / Quentin Skinner -- Libertarian paternalism / Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein -- Political liberalism and religion : on separation and establishment / Cicile Laborde -- Complex equality / Michael Walzer -- Equality of what? / Amartya Sen -- Equality and priority / Derek Parfit -- Chance, choice and justice / Brian Barry -- What is the point of equality? / Elizabeth S. Anderson -- Power, right, truth / Michel Foucault -- The domination contract / Charles Mills -- Race, sex, and indifference / Carole Pateman -- Respecting beliefs and rebuking rushdie / Peter Jones -- The structure of proletarian unfreedom / G.A. Cohen -- What's wrong with colonialism / Lea Ypi -- Just war : the case of World War II / G.E.M. Anscombe -- National self-determination / Avishai Margalit and Joseph Raz -- The ethical significance of nationality / David Miller -- The romance of the nation-state / David Luban -- Democracy : from city-states to a cosmopolitan order? / David Held -- Transnationalizing the public sphere / Nancy Fraser -- Migration and poverty / Thomas Pogge -- Humanity and justice in global perspective / Brian Barry.
"The essays contained in this collection represent what seem to us to be canonical texts in contemporary political philosophy. But they only represent the contemporary canon, they do not exhaust it. Although this collection is two or perhaps three times the size of most, we nevertheless found that we had space for only a sample of the very many more texts and topics that we would like to have included.The collection is deliberately designed as a companion to our earlier Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 1993; 2nd edition, 2012). We attempted to retain something of the same flavor in this collection, much the same scope of substantive concerns and much the same diversity of analytic styles. Inevitably, though, there is so much more surveyed in the Companion's many chapters than can be reprinted here. Interested readers are referred back to the Companion not only to situate the texts in the present collection but also for further readings and whole other sets of concerns"-- Provided by publisher.