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Solidarity Beyond Borders : Ethics in a Globalising World

By: Salamon, Janusz.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Bloomsbury Studies in Global Ethics: Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015Description: 1 online resource (212 p.).ISBN: 9781472510754.Subject(s): Ethics | Globalization | Solidarity | TransnationalismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Solidarity Beyond Borders : Ethics in a Globalising WorldDDC classification: 192.10923489 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
FC; Half title; Bloomsbury Studies in Global Ethics; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface Roger Scruton; 1 Solidarity Beyond Europe? Steinar Stjernø; 2 Justice as Solidarity: Between Statism and Cosmopolitanism Sebastiano Maffettone; 3 Moral Imagination and the Art of Solidarity Anna Abram; 4 Human Solidarity in Need and Fulfilment: A Vision of Political Friendship Patrick Riordan SJ; 5 What Are They Doing Here? - Jews in the Global Apartment House Jerome Gellman
6 Muslim Ethics in an Era of Globalism: Reconciliation in an Age of Empire Ebrahim Moosa7 Morality and Social Solidarity from the Perspective of Chinese Philosophy Yang Guorong; 8 Is Universal Solidarity Possible? Gerald J. Beyer; 9 Towards a Global Ethics of Non-violence Charles P. Webel and Sofia Khaydari; 10 Global Justice, Value Pluralism and Narrative Solidarity Janusz Salamon; Index
Summary: Solidarity Beyond Borders is a collection on international ethics by a multidisciplinary team of scholars from four continents. The volume explores ethical and political dimensions of transnational solidarity in the emerging multipolar world. Analyzing global challenges of the world plagued by poverty, diseases, injustice, inequality and environmental degradation, the contributors - rooted in diverse cultures and ethical traditions - voice their support for 'solidarity beyond borders'. Bringing to light both universally shared ethical insights as well as the irreducible diversity of ethical pe
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FC; Half title; Bloomsbury Studies in Global Ethics; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface Roger Scruton; 1 Solidarity Beyond Europe? Steinar Stjernø; 2 Justice as Solidarity: Between Statism and Cosmopolitanism Sebastiano Maffettone; 3 Moral Imagination and the Art of Solidarity Anna Abram; 4 Human Solidarity in Need and Fulfilment: A Vision of Political Friendship Patrick Riordan SJ; 5 What Are They Doing Here? - Jews in the Global Apartment House Jerome Gellman

6 Muslim Ethics in an Era of Globalism: Reconciliation in an Age of Empire Ebrahim Moosa7 Morality and Social Solidarity from the Perspective of Chinese Philosophy Yang Guorong; 8 Is Universal Solidarity Possible? Gerald J. Beyer; 9 Towards a Global Ethics of Non-violence Charles P. Webel and Sofia Khaydari; 10 Global Justice, Value Pluralism and Narrative Solidarity Janusz Salamon; Index

Solidarity Beyond Borders is a collection on international ethics by a multidisciplinary team of scholars from four continents. The volume explores ethical and political dimensions of transnational solidarity in the emerging multipolar world. Analyzing global challenges of the world plagued by poverty, diseases, injustice, inequality and environmental degradation, the contributors - rooted in diverse cultures and ethical traditions - voice their support for 'solidarity beyond borders'. Bringing to light both universally shared ethical insights as well as the irreducible diversity of ethical pe

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Janusz Salamon is Senior Lecturer in Moral and Political Philosophy at Charles University in Prague and Adjunct Professor at New York University Prague, Czech Republic. He is Associate Member of the John Hick Centre for Philosophy of Religion, University of Birmingham, UK and Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal for the Philosophy of Religion.

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