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Global Justice Spring 2003 Books: Charles Beitz, Political Theory and International Relations (Princeton) William Easterly, The Elusive Quest for Growth (MIT) Michael Ignatieff, Human Rights as Politics and Idolatry (Princeton) Immanuel Kant, Political Writings (Cambridge) Martha Nussbaum, et al., For Love of Country? (Beacon) Thomas Pogge, World Poverty and Human Rights (Polity) John Rawls, Law of Peoples (Harvard) Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom (Knopf) Joseph Stiglitz, Globalization and Its Discontents (Norton) Requirements: Students taking the course for credit are required to submit a one-page proposal for a paper by class #9. The final papers are due on class #12, and should be 7,000-8,000 words.
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Topics and Readings Class #1 : Organizational Meeting I. Global Political Justice Class #2 : Realism and Normative Skepticism Required Readings: John Mearsheimer, The Tragedy of Great Power Politics , chaps. 1, 2 Stephen Krasner, Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy , chap. 1 Suggested Readings: Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan , chap. 13 Richard Tuck, The Rights of War and Peace (esp. chap. 4) Henry Morgenthau, Politics Among Nations Kenneth Waltz, Man, the State, and War Charles Beitz, Political Theory and International Relations , Part One Class #3 : Persons, Peoples, States: Three Conceptions of the Global Moral Realm Required Readings: Immanuel Kant, “Perpetual Peace,” in Kant’s Political Writings , pp. 93-115 Juergen Habermas, “Kant’s Perpetual Peace at 200 Years Remove,” in
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