Lecture 7 Order and Justice in World Politics

Lecture 7 Order and Justice in World Politics - (obligation...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/27/09 Lecture 7: Order and Justice INTA 2030: Ethics and International Affairs 6/10/2009
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Click icon to add picture 7/27/09 According to Hedley Bull, anarchy and international society A: Are mutually exclusive B: Are one and the same thing C: Are related in that anarchy makes society more tightly bound D: Are not mutually exclusive
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7/27/09 Justice in International Politics Justice As equality and as morality in general Substantive and formal Arithmetical and proportionate Commutative and distributive
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7/27/09 Substantive and Formal Justice Substantive justice Recognition of rules conferring specified rights and duties For example, the right to be treated equally Formal justice The like application of substantive rules to like persons For example, “Treat equals equally, unequals unequally”
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7/27/09 Arithmetical and Proportionate Justice Arithmetic Justice The right (duty) to a specific portion of a benefit
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Unformatted text preview: (obligation) For example, the right to receive an equal portion of a bundle of money Proportional Justice 7/27/09 Commutative and Distributive Justice Commutative justice Reciprocal justice recognized in a process of exchange or bargaining Commonly seen in world politics: reciprocal raising or lowering of trade barriers between states; reciprocal observation of treaties Distributive justice Decision of a society as a whole in light of its consideration of its common good 7/27/09 The Moral Agents of Justice In what agents or actors in world politics are moral rights and duties vested? In states and nations international justice Self-determination; sovereignty In humans ' individual justice Considered subversive in the state system; human rights and duties In the whole of all humans, in the human world...
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