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9780138172541

Social Philosophy

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  • ISBN13:

    9780138172541

  • ISBN10:

    0138172544

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-11-21
  • Publisher: Pearson

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This book discusses problems of conceptual analysis as well as normative issues of vital contemporary concern.

Table of Contents

The Concept of Freedom
Freedom and Constraint
Freedom from...and Freedom to...Whose Freedom- ldquo;Positive and Negative Freedom.rdquo; Self-Restraint
Freedom and Autonomy
Permission and Ability
Freedom on Balance
Grounds for Coercion
Presumptive Case for Liberty
Anarchistic Principle
Formalistic Principle
Concept of Harm
Lines of Attack on Mill
Hard Cases for the Harm Principle
Morals Offenses and Legal Moralism
Obscenity and the Offense Principle
Legal Paternalism
Collective Goods and Collective Action
Legal Rights
Rights, Liberties, and Privileges
Classification of Claim-Rights
Rights and Duties
Rights and Claims
Levels of Generality in Statements of Rights
Apparent Conflicts Between Valid Claims
ldquo;Prima-Facie Rights.rdquo;
Personal and Property Rights
Concept of an Absolute Constitutional Right
Human Rights
Moral Rights
Conceptions of Human Rights
Grounds for Ultimate Equality
Absolute and Non-Absolute Human Rights
Social Justice
Comparative and Non-Comparative Justice
Formal Principle of Comparative Justice
Prizes
Administration and Legislation of General Rules
Economic Income
Rival Material Principles
Fair Procedures and Just Outcomes
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