Argument List (Ben Sprung-Keyser's conflicted copy 2010-08-05)

Argument List (Ben Sprung-Keyser's conflicted copy 2010-08-05)

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I. A. Universal Human Rights 1. UHR are negative rights (and entail negative obligations) 2. UHR are positive rights (and entail positive obligations) 3. UNDHR define UHR 4. Non-legal definitions of UHR i. Nussbaum ii. Pogge iii. Shue 5. UHR are rights inhabitants have against their governments 6. UHR are rights all people have against all governments B. National Interest 1. National interest is static/unitary yes/no 2. National interest is the basis for state action 3. Definitions of national interest A. Cosmopolitanism 1. Authors i. Held ii. Pogge iii. Beitz 2. Borders good/bad 3. There is a morally relevant distinction between nationals/non-nationals yes/no 4. Global citizenship good/bad B. Democracy 1. Just government must be democratic yes/no 2. Democracies prefer UHR over national interest yes/no C. International Law 1. Authors i. Koh ii. Henkin iii. Damrosch 2. International law enforceable yes/no 3.
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 302 taught by Professor Wayne during the Spring '11 term at Wayne State University.

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Argument List (Ben Sprung-Keyser's conflicted copy 2010-08-05)

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