eBook Encyclopedia of Global Justice, 1st Edition

  • Deen K. Chatterjee
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  • ISBN-10: 1402091605
  • ISBN-13: 9781402091605
  • DDC: 320.011
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1200 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released September 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011
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Overview

This two-volume Encyclopedia of Global Justice, published by Springer, along with Springer’s book series, Studies in Global Justice, is a major publication venture toward a comprehensive coverage of this timely topic. The Encyclopedia is an international, interdisciplinary, and collaborative project, spanning all the relevant areas of scholarship related to issues of global justice, and edited and advised by leading scholars from around the world. The wide-ranging entries present the latest ideas on this complex subject by authors who are at the cutting edge of inquiry. The Encyclopedia sets the tone and direction of this increasingly important area of scholarship for years to come. The entries number around 500 and consist of essays of 300 to 5000 words. The inclusion and length of entries are based on their significance to the topic of global justice, regardless of their importance in other areas.

Features and Benefits

  • Edited and advised by leading scholars from around the world.
  • Draws upon terms and concepts from across the spectrum of international law, economics, ethics and public policy.
  • Combines empirical research with theoretical arguments to illuminate current controversies.
  • Organized in A to Z format with cross-referencing of entries to a series of broad themes.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Copyright Page.
Preface.
Topical Table of Contents.
Editor-in-Chief.
Editorial Board.
List of Contributors.
1: Absolute Poverty.
2: Act-Consequentialism.
3: Afghanistan and Iraq Wars.
4: African Development Bank.
5: Agarwal, Bina.
6: Agency, Collective.
7: Agency, Individual.
8: Agent-Centered Prerogative.
9: Aggression.
10: Ahimsa.
11: Aid to Burdened Societies.
12: Ake, Claude.
13: Alterglobalization.
14: Altruism.
15: Amnesty International.
16: Anarchy.
17: Animal Rights.
18: Appiah, Kwame Anthony.
19: Arendt, Hannah.
20: Armed Conflict: Effect on Women.
21: Asian Values Debate.
22: Associative Duties.
23: Augustine.
24: Bandung Conference.
25: Barber, Benjamin.
26: Barry, Brian.
27: Basic Needs.
28: Basic Rights.
29: Bauman, Zygmunt.
30: Beitz, Charles.
31: Beneficence, Principle of.
32: Benhabib, Seyla.
33: Berger, John.
34: Bhopal Tragedy.
35: Biodiversity.
36: Bioprospecting and Biopiracy.
37: Bohman, James.
38: Bonhoeffer, Dietrich.
39: Borders.
40: Boylan, Michael.
41: Bretton Woods Institutions.
42: Brock, Gillian.
43: Brundtland Commission.
44: Buchanan, Allen.
45: Cabrera, Luis.
46: Cairo Declaration of Human Rights.
47: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
48: Caney, Simon.
49: Capabilities Approach.
50: Capital Punishment.
51: Capitalism.
52: Carbon Tax.
53: Care Ethics.
54: Charity.
55: Child Labor.
56: Child Soldiers.
57: Chodosh, Hiram.
58: Chomsky, Noam.
59: Chumakov, Alexander N..
60: Chwaszcza, Christine.
61: Cicero.
62: Citizenship.
63: Citizenship Practices.
64: Civil Disobedience, International.
65: Civil Disobedience, Transnational.
66: Civil Rights.
67: Class and Status.
68: Climate Change.
69: Climate Justice.
70: Coercion.
71: Collective Choice.
72: Collective Decision Problem.
73: Collective Identity.
74: Collective Responsibility.
75: Colonialism.
76: Common Good.
77: Communitarianism.
78: Communities.
79: Compatriot Partiality Thesis.
80: Complex Emergency.
81: Complex Equality.
82: Composition, Fallacy of.
83: Condorcet, N. Marquis de.
84: Consensus/Justification.
85: Consent.
86: Conspiracy Theory.
87: Constructivism.
88: Consumerism.
89: Contractarianism.
90: Corporate Social Responsibility.
91: Correlative Obligations.
92: Corruption.
93: Cosmopolitan Democracy.
94: Cosmopolitan Justice.
95: Cosmopolitan Republicanism.
96: Cosmopolitanism.
97: Crimes Against Humanity.
98: Crimes Against Peace.
99: Crocker, David.
100: Cultural Relativism.
101: Cyberwar.
102: Dante.
103: Debt Relief.
104: Decent Society.
105: Democracy, Constitutional.
106: Democracy, Deliberative.
107: Democracy, Transnational.
108: Democratic Citizenship.
109: Democratic Equality.
110: Democratic Legitimacy.
111: Democratic Peace Theory.
112: Derrida, Jacques.
113: Development Accountability.
114: Development Assistance.
115: Development Ethics.
116: Difference Principle.
117: Diffused Responsibility Hypothesis.
118: Disabled People.
119: Disagreement, Reasonable.
120: Dispute Resolution.
121: Doha Declaration.
122: Domination.
123: Double Effect, Doctrine of.
124: Dower, Nigel.
125: Dryzek, John.
126: Duties of Assistance.
127: Duties to Non-Compatriots.
128: Duties to the Distant Needy.
129: Duties, Determinate and Indeterminate.
130: Duties, Perfect and Imperfect.
131: Duties, Positive and Negative.
132: Duty to Prosecute.
133: Ecofeminism.
134: Economic Rights.
135: Empire.
136: End of Life Care.
137: Enemy Combatant.
138: Environmental Justice.
139: Environmental Protection.
140: Environmental Racism.
141: Environmental Sustainability.
142: Equality.
143: Essential Medicines, Access to.
144: Ethical Globalization Initiative (EGI).
145: Eurocentrism.
146: European Convention on Human Rights.
147: European Union (EU).
148: Exploitation.
149: Fair Equality of Opportunity.
150: Fair Trade.
151: Fairness.
152: Falk, Richard.
153: Female Genital Mutilation.
154: Feminist Ethics.
155: Feminization of Poverty.
156: Food.
157: Food Sovereignty.
158: Foreign Aid.
159: Foreign Policy.
160: Foucault, Michel.
161: Free Trade.
162: Friendship.
163: Gandhi, Mahatma.
164: Gay Rights.
165: Gender Justice.
166: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
167: Genetic Engineering.
168: Geneva Conventions.
169: Genocide.
170: Georgism.
171: Global Basic Structure.
172: Global Citizenship.
173: Global Civil Society.
174: Global Contractarian Justice.
175: Global Democracy.
176: Global Difference Principle.
177: Global Distributive Justice.
178: Global Egalitarianism.
179: Global Equality of Opportunity.
180: Global Ethic.
181: Global Federalism.
182: Global Governance.
183: Global Human Rights Culture.
184: Global Impartiality Thesis.
185: Global Justice.
186: Global Justice Project: Iraq.
187: Global Justice, Subjects of.
188: Global Poverty.
189: Global Public.
190: Global Public Goods.
1: Jefferson, Thomas.
2: Jus ad Bellum.
3: Jus ad Pacem.
4: Jus Gentium.
5: Jus in Bello.
6: Just War Theory: Invasion of Iraq.
7: Justice and Reciprocity: Local and Global.
8: Justice and Religion: Buddhism.
9: Justice and Religion: Christianity.
10: Justice and Religion: Confucianism.
11: Justice and Religion: Daoism.
12: Justice and Religion: Hinduism.
13: Justice and Religion: Islam.
14: Justice and Religion: Judaism.
15: Kant, Immanuel.
16: Kant, Immanuel: Contemporary Kantian Responses to.
17: Killing and Letting Die.
18: King, Martin Luther, Jr..
19: Kukathas, Chandran.
20: Labor.
21: Labor Laws.
22: Land Ethic.
23: Land Grab.
24: Language and Politics.
25: Laozi.
26: Law of Peoples.
27: League of Nations.
28: Legal Rights.
29: Liberal Democracy.
30: Liberal Internationalism.
31: Liberal Nationalism.
32: Liberal Pluralism.
33: Liberalism.
34: Liberation Theology.
35: Libertarianism.
36: Liberties.
37: Lifeboat Ethics.
38: Locke, John.
39: Luck Egalitarianism.
40: Luther, Martin.
41: Majoritarianism.
42: Mallat, Chibli.
43: Mao, Zedong.
44: Marx, Karl.
45: Marxism.
46: May, Larry.
47: McBride, William.
48: McMahan, Jeff.
49: Mega-Cities.
50: Mill, John Stuart.
51: Miller, David.
52: Miller, Richard.
53: Modus Vivendi.
54: Moellendorf, Darrel.
55: Moral Authority.
56: Moral Community.
57: Moral Cosmopolitanism.
58: Moral Distance.
59: Moral Equality.
60: Moral Imperialism.
61: Moral Legitimacy.
62: Moral Reasoning.
63: Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND).
64: Multiculturalism.
65: Multinational Corporations.
66: Nagel, Thomas.
67: Narveson, Jan.
68: National Self-Determination.
69: Nationalism.
70: Nationalism, Explanatory.
71: Nationalism, Extended.
72: Natural Rights.
73: Negative Rights.
74: Neoliberalism.
75: Nickel, James.
76: Non-Combatant Immunity.
77: Non-Ideal Moral Theory.
78: Nozick, Robert.
79: Nuremberg Trials.
80: Nussbaum, Martha C..
81: O'Neill, Onora.
82: Obligation to Future Generations.
83: Odious Debts.
84: Oil.
85: Okin, Susan.
86: Organ Trafficking.
87: Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
88: Original Position.
89: Owning Life.
90: Oxfam International.
91: Pacifism.
92: Pandemics.
93: Pareto Optimality.
94: Paris Peace Conference.
95: Partiality.
96: Paternalism.
97: Patriarchy.
98: Patriotism.
99: Pax Natura Foundation.
100: Peace Education.
101: Peace Versus Justice.
102: Perpetual Peace.
103: Perpetual Peace: Abbé de Saint-Pierre.
104: Perpetual Peace: Kant.
105: Pharmaceutical Justice.
106: Pluralism.
107: Pogge, Thomas.
108: Political Allegiance.
109: Political Authority.
110: Political Autonomy.
111: Political Constructivism.
112: Political Cosmopolitanism.
113: Political Ecology.
114: Political Economy.
115: Political Forgiveness.
116: Political Idealism.
117: Political Legitimacy.
118: Political Liberalism.
119: Political Obligation.
120: Political Representation.
121: Population Politics.
122: Positive Rights.
123: Post-Colonialism.
124: Poverty.
125: Preemptive War.
126: Preference-Satisfaction.
127: Preventive Non-Intervention.
128: Preventive War.
129: Prima Facie Duties.
130: Primary Goods.
131: Prisoner's Dilemma.
132: Privacy.
133: Proceduralism.
134: Propaganda.
135: Property Rights.
136: Public Interest.
137: Public Reason.
138: Punishment.
139: Quality of Life.
140: Racism.
141: Rawls, John.
142: Realistic Utopia.
143: Reciprocity.
144: Recognition, the Politics of.
145: Recognitional Legitimacy.
146: Rectificatory Justice.
147: Refugees.
148: Relative Poverty.
149: Relativism.
150: Relativity of Well-Being.
151: Reparations.
152: Resource Curse.
153: Responsibility, Individual.
154: Retribution.
155: Retributive Justice.
156: Revolution.
157: Rights.
158: Rio Declaration.
159: Rome Statute of 1998.
160: Roosevelt, Eleanor.
161: Rosenbaum, Thane.
162: Rosenthal, Joel H..
163: Rousseau, Jean-Jacques.
164: Rule-Consequentialism.
165: Russell, Bertrand.
166: Rwanda.
167: Sanctions.
168: Secession.
169: Second Original Position.
170: Self-Determination.
171: Sellers, Mortimer.
172: Sen, Amartya.
173: Seneca.
174: Separation of Church and State.
175: Shiva, Vandana.
176: Shue, Henry.
177: Singer, Peter.
178: Singularity.
179: Slavery.
180: Social Contract.
181: Socialism.
182: Soft Power.
183: Solidarity.
184: Sovereignty.
185: Special Obligations.
186: Special Rights.
187: Spinoza, Baruch.
188: State Terrorism.
189: Stiglitz, Joseph Eugene.
190: Stockholm Conference, 1972.
191: Subsidiarity Principle.
192: Subsidies.
193: Subsistence Rights.
194: Surrogacy, Transnational.
195: Sustainable Development.
196: Tagore, Rabindranath.
197: Talbott, William J..
198: Tamir, Yael.
199: Tan, Kok-Chor.
200: Technology.