Two notions of humanity and the judgment argument for human rights

Ferrara, Alessandro Two notions of humanity and the judgment argument for human rights. [Articles (Articoli)]

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Abstract

Never before has the need for a universalistic notion of international or global justice been more acutely felt and yet at the same time perceived as an elusive chimaera. On the one hand, the long awaited freeing of international politics from the strictures of the post-Yalta bipolar order, the ever accelerating process of globalization, and the intensification of migratory flows have all increased the sense of urgency associated with our aspiration to a transculturally shareable notion of justice. On the other hand, the effects of the linguistic turn have contributed to a growing awareness of the constitutive role of lifeforms and vocabularies vis-à-vis our conceptions of justice.

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Additional Information: Pubblicato il 06/01/2005. L'articolo è apparso in "Political Theory", vol. 31, n. X, 2003, pp. 1-30. Si ringrazia la rivista "Political Theory" per aver autorizzato la pubblicazione.
Uncontrolled Keywords: human rights, Rawls, Habermas, Humanity
Subjects: P Philosophy
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Date Deposited: 05 Jun 2008 14:05
Last Modified: 05 Jun 2008 14:05
URI: http://eprints2.sifp.it/id/eprint/63

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