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Global Justice, 2017/18, Semester 2
Dr Kerri Woods
K.Woods@leeds.ac.uk
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Global Justice Reading List

Week 1: Organisational Meeting

No required reading but please make a start on the reading for the weeks ahead if you can.

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Week 2:Singer on Famine, Affluence and Morality

REQUIRED READING

Singer, P. 1972. ‘Famine, Affluence and Morality’, Philosophy & public affairs. . 1.1, 229-243. Also in T. Pogge (ed) Global ethics : seminal essays , Paragon.

Arneson, R. 2004. ‘Moral Limits on the Demands of Beneficence? ’ in D.K. Chatterjee (ed) The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy , Cambridge UP.

Presentation texts

Lichtenberg, J. 2004. ‘Absence and the Unfond Heart: Why People are giving Less than they might be’, in Deen K Chatterjee (ed), The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy , Cambridge UP.

Wenar, Leif ‘Poverty is No Pond’ in Patricia Illingworth, Thomas Pogge and Leif Wenar (eds) Giving well : the ethics of philanthropy , (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), 104-32. (available online)

FURTHER READING

Appiah, K.A. 2010. ‘Morality: Aid, Harm and Obligation’, Boston University Law Review , 90.2, 661-676.

Brock, G. And Moellendorf, D. (eds) Current debates in global justice . Springer.

Caney, Simon. 2005. Justice Beyond Borders , Oxford University Press.

Hardin, G. 2008. ‘Lifeboat Ethics: The Case Against Helping the Poor’, in T. Pogge (ed) Global ethics : seminal essays , Paragon.

Edkins, J. 2000. Whose hunger? : concepts of famine, practices of aid , University of Minnesota Press.

Kamm, F. 2004. ‘The New Problem of Distance in Morality’. In D.K. Chatterjee (ed) The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy . Cambridge UP.

Miller, D. 2007. ‘Responsibilities to the World’s Poor’, in his National responsibility and global justice [electronic resource] , Oxford UP.

Miller, R.W. 2004. ‘Moral Closeness and World Community’, in D.K. Chatterjee (ed) The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy , Cambridge UP.

Sen, A. and B. Williams (eds). 1982. Utilitarianism and beyond , Cambridge UP.

Singer, P. 2004. ‘Outsiders: Obligations to Those Beyond Our Borders’, in D.K. Chatterjee (ed) The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy , Cambridge UP.

Singer, P. 2004. One world : the ethics of globalization . Yale University Press.

Singer, P. 2009. The life you can save : how to play your part in ending world poverty . New York: Random House.

Singer, P. 2011. Practical Ethics (3rd Ed).

Unger, P. 1996. Living high and letting die : our illusion of innocence . Oxford UP.

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Week 3: Pogge, Human Rights and Global Justice I

REQUIRED READING

Pogge, Thomas. 2002. World poverty and human rights : cosmopolitan responsibilities and reforms (chs. 2 & 4 at least). Blackwell.

Presentation texts

Pogge, T. 2004. ‘Assisting the Global Poor’ in Deen K Chatterjee (ed), The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy , Cambridge UP.

Risse, M. 2005. ‘How Does the Global Order Harm the Poor? ’ Philosophy & public affairs. , 33.4, 349-376.

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Week 4: Pogge, Human Rights and Global Justice II

REQUIRED READING

Pogge, T. 2003. ‘Priorities of Global Justice’. Metaphilosophy. 32:1-2; 6-24.

Pogge, T. And Cabrera, L. 2012. ‘Academics Stand Against Poverty’. Ethics and international affairs . 26.2, 163-182.

Please have a look at some of the websites (the Yale Global Justice Programme and Academics Stand Against Poverty) associated with Pogge and with interviews with him on Youtube. You might also like to look up Mills on Youtube.

Presentation texts

Chandhoke, N. 2010. ‘How Much is Enough, Mr Thomas? How Much Will Ever Be Enough? ’, in A. Jaggar (ed) Thomas Pogge and his critics , Polity.

And have a look at Pogge’s reply in the same volume.

Ci, J. 2010. ‘What Negative Duties? Which Moral Universalism? ’ in A. Jaggar (ed) Thomas Pogge and his critics , Polity. And have a look at Pogge’s reply in the same volume.

Mills, Charles W. 2010. ‘Realizing (Through Racializing) Pogge’. In A. Jaggar (ed.) Thomas Pogge and his critics . And have a look at Pogge’s reply in the same volume.

FURTHER READING FOR WEEKS 3-4:

**Special Issue of Ethics and international affairs 2005, 19.1: ‘Pogge and his Critics’.

Appiah, K.A. 2010. ‘Morality: Aid, Harm and Obligation’, Boston University Law Review , 90.2, 661-676.

Ashford, E. 2009. ‘The Alleged Dichotomy Between Positive and Negative Rights and Duties’, in C. Beitz and R. Goodin (eds) Global basic rights , Oxford UP, 92-112. (available online)

Brock, G. And Moellendorf, D. (eds) Current debates in global justice . Springer.

Caney, Simon. 2005. Justice Beyond Borders , Oxford University Press.

Edkins, J. 2000. Whose hunger? : concepts of famine, practices of aid , University of Minnesota Press.

Gilabert, Pablo. 2012. From global poverty to global equality : a philosophical exploration , Oxford UP.

Jaggar, A. (ed) 2010. Thomas Pogge and his critics . Polity.

Lichtenberg, J. 2009. ‘Are There Any Basic Rights? ’, in C. Beitz and R. Goodin (eds) Global basic rights , Oxford UP. (available online)

Meyer, Diana T (ed) Poverty, agency, and human rights , (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)

Miller, D. 2007. ‘Responsibilities to the World’s Poor’, in his National responsibility and global justice [electronic resource] , Oxford UP.

Moellendorf, D. 2009. ‘Coercion and the Conditions of Distributive Justice’ in his Global inequality matters [electronic resource] , Palgrave Macmillan.

Nagel, T. 2005. ‘The Problem of Global Justice’, Philosophy & public affairs. , 33.2, 113-147.

Nickel, J. 2005. ‘Poverty and Rights’, The philosophical quarterly. , Vol.5, 385-402.

Risse, M. 2005. ‘How Does the Global Order Harm the Poor? ’ Philosophy & public affairs. , 33.4, 349-376.

O’Neill, O. 2008. ‘Rights, Obligations and World Hunger’, in T. Pogge (ed) Global ethics : seminal essays , Paragon.

O’Neill, O. 2001. ‘Agents of Justice’, Metaphilosophy. . 32, 1-2.

O’Neill, Onora Bounds of justice , (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000).

Pogge, T. (ed) 2005. Global justice , Blackwell. Esp. chs by Bittner, Caney, Chauvier and O’Neill .

Pogge, T. (ed) 2007. Freedom from poverty as a human right : who owes what to the very poor? Oxford UP.

Sangiovanni, A. 2007. ‘Global Justice, Reciprocity and the State’, Philosophy & public affairs. , 35.1, 3-39.

Shue, H. 1980. ‘Security and Subsistence’, in his Basic Rights , Princeton UP. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Van Parijs, P. 2007. ‘International Distributive Justice’, in R.E. Goodin (ed) A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy , Blackwell. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Wenar, L. 2003. ‘What we Owe to Distant Others’. Politics, Philosophy & Economics , 2.3, 283-304 .

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Week 5: Cosmopolitan Justice, Community and Sentiment

REQUIRED READING:

Long, Graham. 2009. ‘Moral and Sentimental Cosmopolitanism’, Journal of social philosophy. , 40.3, 317-42.

Miller, R. 2004. ‘Moral Closeness and World Community’ in D.K. Chatterjee (ed) The ethics of assistance : morality and the distant needy .

Woods, K. 2012. ‘Whither Sentiment? Compassion, Solidarity and Disgust in Cosmopolitan Thought’. Journal of social philosophy. , 43.1, 33-49.

 

FURTHER READING WEEK 5:

Abizadeh Arash,‘Does Collective Identity Presuppose an Other? On the Alleged Incoherence of Global Solidarity’, The American political science review. , 99.1 (2005): 45-60.

Appiah, K.A. 2004. Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers . Penguin. Chs.6-7. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Boltanski, L. 1999. Distant suffering : morality, media and politics ,Cambridge UP (chs. 1-3).

Brock, G. And Moellendorf, D. (eds) Current debates in global justice . Springer.

Edkins, J. 2000. Whose hunger? : concepts of famine, practices of aid , University of Minnesota Press.

Gould, Carol ‘Transnational Solidarities’, Journal of social philosophy. , 38.1 (2007): 148-64.

Lenard, Patti Tamara. 2010. ‘Motivating Cosmopolitanism? A Sceptical View’, Journal of moral philosophy. , 7.3, 346-71.

Miller, D. 2005. 'Cosmopolitanism: A Critique'. Critical review of international social and political philosophy. . 5.3, 80-85

Moellendorf, Darrell Global inequality matters [electronic resource] , (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Pogge, T.2005. Cosmopolitanism: A Defence . Critical review of international social and political philosophy. . 5: 86-91

Rorty, R. 1996. ‘Who are We? Moral Universalism and Economic Triage’, Diogenes , 44, 5-15.

Scheffler, S. 2001. ‘Families, Nations and Strangers’, and ‘Conceptions of Cosmopolitanism’, in his Boundaries and Allegiances , Oxford UP.

Sen, Amartya, 2012. ‘The Global Reach of Human Rights’. Journal of applied philosophy. , 29.2.

Straehle, Christine ‘National and Cosmopolitan Solidarity’, Contemporary political theory , 9.1 (2010): 110-20.

van Hooft, Stan ‘Humanity or Justice? ’, Citizenship and Globalization Research Papers , 1 (2010). Available online: http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/ccg/cgrp-pdf/vol1-no2-ccg-research-paper-2010-october.pdf

Wenar, Leif ‘What We Owe to Distant Others’, Politics, Philosophy & Economics , 2.3 (2003): 283-304.

Ypi, Lea ‘Politically Constructed Solidarity: The idea of a cosmopolitan avant-garde’, Contemporary political theory , 9.1 (2010): 120-30.

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Week 6: Migration I

REQUIRED READING

Carens, J.H. 2003. ‘Who Should Get In? ’ Ethics and international affairs , 17.1, 95-110.

Miller, D. 2007. ‘Immigration and Territorial Rights’, in his National responsibility and global justice [electronic resource] , Oxford UP.

 

Presentation texts

Scheffler, S. 2007. ‘Immigration and the Significance of Culture’, Philosophy & public affairs. , 35.2, 93-125.

Ypi, L. 2008. ‘Justice in Migration: A Closed Borders Utopia? ’ The journal of political philosophy. , 16.4, 391-418.

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Week 7: Migration II

REQUIRED READING

Cherem, Max (2015) Refugee Rights: Against Expanding the Definition of a “Refugee” and Unilateral Protection Elsewhere’, The journal of political philosophy. (Early View)

Gibney, Matthew J. (2015) ‘Refugees and Justice between States’, European Journal of Political Theory 14(4): 448-463.

Shacknove, Andrew (1985) ‘Who Is a Refugee? ’, Ethics. 95: 274–284.

 

Presentation texts

Ferracioli, L. (2014) ‘The Appeal and Danger of a New Refugee Convention’, Social theory and practice. 40: 123-144.

Gibney, Matthew J. (1999) ‘Liberal Democratic States and Responsibilities to Refugees’, The American political science review. , 93(1): 169-181.

 

FURTHER READING WEEKS 6 & 7:

Abizadeh, A. 2015. ‘The Special Obligations Challenge to More Open Borders’, in S. Fine and L. Ypi (eds) Migration in political theory : the ethics of movement and membership . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Abizadeh, A. 2006. ‘Liberal Egalitarian Arguments for Closed Borders: Some Preliminary Critical Remarks’, Ethics and Economics , 4.1. Available online: http://profs-polisci.mcgill.ca/abizadeh/Liberal-Borders.htm

Abizadeh, A. 2010. ‘Citizenship, Immigration and Boundaries’, in D.S. Bell (ed) Ethics and World Politics , Oxford UP.

Bader, V. 2005. ‘The Ethics of Immigration’. Constellations. , 12.3, 331-361.

Benhabib, S. 2004. The rights of others : aliens, residents, and citizens , Cambridge UP.

Blake, M. 2001. ‘Distributive Justice, State Coercion and Autonomy’, Philosophy & public affairs. , 30.3, 257-296.

Blake, M. 2006. ‘Universal and Qualified Rights to Immigration’, Ethics and Economics , 4.1, 1-6.Available online: https://papyrus.bib.umontreal.ca/jspui/bitstream/1866/3370/1/2006v4n1_BLAKE.pdf

Bradley, Megan (2008) ‘Back to Basics: The Conditions of Just Refugee Returns’, Journal of refugee studies. 21(3): 285-304.

Brighouse, H. and I. Robeyns (eds.), 2010, Measuring justice : primary goods and capabilities , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brock, G. 2009. ‘Immigration’, in her Global justice : a cosmopolitan account Oxford UP. (available online)

Buchanen, A. and Moore, M. (eds) States, nations, and borders : the ethics of making boundaries , Cambridge UP.

Carens, J.H. 1987. ‘Aliens and Citizens: The Case for Open Borders’, The Review of Politics , 49.2, 251-273.

Carens, J.H. 2003. ‘Who Should Get In? ’ Ethics and international affairs , 17.1, 95-110.

Carens, J.H. 1994. ‘The Rights of Immigrants’, in J. Baker (ed) Group rights , University of Toronto Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Carens, J.H. 1992. ‘Migration and Morality: A Liberal Egalitarian Perspective’, in B.Barry and R.E.Goodin (eds) Free movement : ethical issues in the transnational migration of people and money , Pennsylvania State University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Carens, Joseph H. (2013) The ethics of immigration (Oxford, Oxford University Press), Chapter 10

Cole, P. 2000. Philosophies of exclusion : liberal political theory and immigration , Edinburgh UP.

Dummett, M. 2001. On immigration and refugees , Routledge.

Dummett, M. 2004. ‘Immigration’, Res publica. , 10.2, 115–22.

Edwards, J. R. 2001. ‘Asylum Seekers and Human Rights’, Res publica. , 7.2, 159–82.

Gibney, M. 2004. The ethics and politics of asylum : liberal democracy and the response to refugees , Cambridge University Press.

Hathaway J. and Neve, A. (1997) ‘Making International Refugee Law Relevant Again: A Proposal for Collectivized and Solution-Oriented Protection’, Harvard human rights journal. 115(10): 115–211.

King, T. 1983. ‘Immigration from Developing Countries: Some Philosophical Issues’, Ethics. , 93.3, 525–36.

Kukathas, C. 2003. ‘Immigration’, in H. LaFollette (ed.), The Oxford handbook of practical ethics , Oxford UP. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Kukathas, C. 2005. ‘The Case for Open Borders’, in A. I. Cohen and C. H. Wellman (eds), Contemporary debates in applied ethics Blackwell.

Kuosmanen, Jaakko (2013) ‘Perfecting Imperfect Duties: The Institutionalisation of a Universal Right to Asylum’, The journal of political philosophy. 21(1): 24-43.

Kuosmanen, Jaakko (2013) ‘What (If Anything) Is Wrong With Trading Refugee Quotas? ’, Res publica. 19(2): 103-119.

Kymlicka, W. 2001. ‘Territorial Boundaries: A Liberal Egalitarian Perspective’, in D. Millerand and S.H. Hashmi (eds), Boundaries and justice : diverse ethical perspectives . Princeton University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Kymlicka, W. (2003) ‘Immigration, Citizenship, Multiculturalism: Exploring the Links’, in S. Spencer (ed), The politics of migration : managing opportunity, conflict and change . Blackwell. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Lister, Matthew (2012) ‘Who are Refugees? ’, Law and philosophy. 32(5): 645-671.

Pecoud, A. (ed) 2007. Migration without borders : essays on the free movement of people , UNESCO and Berghahn Books.

Risse, M. 2009. ‘Immigration, Ethics and the Capabilities Approach’, Human Development Research Paper , 34. Available online: http://hdr.undp.org/en/reports/global/hdr2009/papers/HDRP_2009_34.pdf

Schuck, Peter (1997) ‘Refugee Burden-Sharing: A Modest Proposal’, Yale journal of international law. 22: 244-297.

Schwartz, W. (ed) Justice in immigration , Cambridge UP.

Seglow, J. 2005. ‘The Ethics of Immigration’, Political studies review. , 3.3, 317-334.

Singer, P. and Singer, R. 2010. ‘The Ethics of Refugee Policy’, J.S. Fishkin and R.E. Goodin (eds) Population and political theory , Wiley & Sons. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Smith, R.M. (ed) 2010. Citizenship, borders, and human needs , Pennsylvania UP.

Souter, James (2014) ‘Towards a Theory of Asylum as Reparation for Past Injustice’, Political studies. 62(2): 326-342.

Valadez, J.M. 2010. ‘Is immigration a human right? ’ in R. Pierek and W. Werner (eds) Cosmopolitanism in context : perspectives from international law and political theory , Cambridge UP. EBook available

Walzer, M. 1981. ‘The Distribution of Membership’, in P.G.Brown and H. Shue (eds) Boundaries: National Autonomy and its Limits , Rowman and Littlefield. Also in T. Pogge (ed) Global ethics : seminal essays , Paragon.

Wellman, C.H. 2008. ‘Immigration and Freedom of Association’, Ethics. , 119, 109-141.

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Week 8: Gender and Global Justice


REQUIRED READING:

Jaggar, A. 2014. ‘‘Are My Hands Clean?’ Responsibilities for Global Gender Disparities’, in D.T. Meyers (ed) Poverty, agency, and human rights, Oxford University Press.

Nussbaum, M. 1995. ‘Human Capabilities, Female Human Beings’, in Nussbaum and Glover (eds) Women, Culture and Development: A Study of Human Capabilities, Oxford University Press.

Widdows, H. 2011. ‘Global Gender Justice’, in her Global Ethics: An Introduction, Acumen.

 

FURTHER READING FOR WEEK 8:

Bunch, Charlotte. 1990. ‘Women’s Rights as Human Rights: Toward a Re-Vision of Human Rights’. Human rights quarterly. 12.4, 486-498.

Bunch, Charlotte. 1997. ‘The Intolerable Status Quo: Violence Against Women and Girls’. In the The progress of nations. 1997 , New York: Unicef.

Charlesworth, Hilary. 1995. ‘Human Rights as Men’s Rights’. In J. Peters and A. Wolper (eds.) Women's rights, human rights : international feminist perspectives , New York: Routledge, 103-113.

Fraser, Arvonne S. 1999. ‘Becoming Human: The Origins and Development of Women’s Human Rights’. Human rights quarterly. , 21.4, 853-906.

Jaggar, A. (ed) 2009. 'Global Gender Justice'. Philosophical topics. , 37.2. This is a very useful collection of 11 papers.

Jaggar, A. 2009. 'Transnational Cycles of Gendered Vulnerability', in Philosophical topics. (PDF provided).

MacKinnon, C. 2006. Are women human? : and other international dialogues , Harvard UP.

Nussbaum, M. 2001. Women and human development : the capabilities approach , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nussbaum, M. 1999. Sex and social justice , Oxford UP.

Okin, Susan Moller. 1998a. ‘Feminism, Women’s Human Rights and Cultural Differences’. Hypatia. , 13.2, 32-52.

 Phillips, A. 2008. ‘Free to Decide for Oneself’. D.I. O’Neill et al eds. Illusion of consent : engaging with Carole Pateman , Penn State UP, pp.99-118.

Robeyns, I. 2003.“Sen's Capability Approach and Gender Inequality: Selecting Relevant Capabilities,” Feminist economics. , 9(2/3): 61–92.

Robeyns, I. 2008. ‘Sen’s capability approach and feminist concerns’, in: Sabina Alkire, Flavio Comim and Mozaffar Qizilbash (eds.) The capability approach : concepts, measures and applications , Cambridge University Press, pp. 82-104.

Saul, J. 2003. Feminism : issues & arguments , Oxford UP.

Young, I.M. 2009. Justice and the politics of difference , Princeton UP.

Week 9: Essay Workshop

No required reading

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Week 10: Climate Change I

REQUIRED READING:

Caney, S. 2005. ‘Cosmopolitan Justice, Responsibility and Global Climate Change’, Leiden journal of international law. , 747-775.

Vanderheiden, S. 2011. ‘Globalizing Responsibility for Climate Change’. Ethics and international affairs . 25.1, 65-84.

Presentation texts:

Attfield,R. 2009. ‘Mediated Responsibilities, Global Warming and the Scope of Ethics’, Journal of social philosophy. , 40.2, 225-236.

Moellendorf, D. 2009. ‘Justice and the Assignment of Intergenerational Costs of Climate Change’, Journal of social philosophy. , 40.2, 204-224.

Gardiner, S. 2009. A perfect moral storm : the ethical tragedy of climate change . Oxford: Oxford University Press, ch.1

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Week 11: Climate Change II

REQUIRED READING

Cripps, E. 2011. ‘Climate Change, Collective Harm and Legitimate Coercion’. Critical review of international social and political philosophy. 14.2, 171-193.

McKinnon, Catriona. 2011. ‘Climate Change Justice: Getting motivated in the last chance saloon’, Critical review of international social and political philosophy. , 14.2, 195-293.

Sinnott-Armstrong, W. 2005. ‘It’s Not My Fault: Global Warming and Individual Moral Obligations’, in W.Sinnott-Armstrong and R.B. Howarth (ed.) Perspectives on climate change : science, economics, politics, ethics (Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources, Volume 5) , Emerald Group Publishing.

Presentation texts

Shue Henry, 2011. ‘Face Reality? After You! A Call for Leadership on Climate Change’, Ethics and international affairs , 25.1, 17-26.

Woods, K. 2015. ‘On Climate Justice, Motivation and Harm’. The politics of sustainability : philosophical perspectives , eds. May Thorseth and Dieter Birnbacher, Routledge, 2015.

FURTHER READING For WEEKS 10 & 11:

Arnold, D.G. 2011. The ethics of global climate change [electronic resource] , Cambridge UP, esp. chs by Jamieson, Moellendorf, Gardiner, and Caney.

Beckerman, W. 2000. ‘Our Obligations to Future Generations’, Earth Matters , 4, 18-24. Similar chapter published in Justice, posterity, and the environment [electronic resource] .

Bell, Derek. 2011. ‘Does Anthropogenic Climate Change Violate Human Rights? ’, Critical review of international social and political philosophy. , 14.2, 99-124. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Caney, S. 2006. ‘Environmental Degradation, Reparations and the Moral Significance of History’, Journal of social philosophy. , 73.3, 464-482.

Caney, S. 2009. ‘Climate Change and the Future: Time, Wealth and Risk’, Journal of social philosophy. 40.2, 163-186.

Caney, S. 2009. ‘Human Rights, Responsibilities and Climate Change’, in C. Beitz and R.E.Goodin (eds) Global basic rights , Oxford UP. (Available online)

Caney, S. 2010. ‘Climate Change and the Duties of the Advantaged’, Critical review of international social and political philosophy. , 13.1, 203-228. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Caney, S. 2010. ‘Climate change, human rights and moral thresholds’, in S. Stephen (ed.) Human rights and climate change , Cambridge UP. EBook available

Cripps, E. 2011 ‘Where We Are Now: Climate Ethics and Future Challenges’, Review Essay, Climate law 2, 117-133.

Cripps, E. 2011. ‘Collectivities without Intention’. Journal of social philosophy. , 42 (1), 1-20.

de-Shalit, A., 1995. Why posterity matters : environmental policies and future generations , Routlegde.

Dobson, A. 2005. ‘Globalization, Cosmopolitanism and the Environment’, International relations. , 19.3, 259-273.

Elliot, R. 1989.‘The rights of future people’, Journal of applied philosophy. 6 .2, 159-69.

Feinberg, J. 1974. ‘The Rights of Animals and Future Generations’, in W. Blackstone ed., Philosophy & environmental crisis , University of Georgia Press.

Gardiner, S. 2004. ‘Ethics and Global Climate Change’, Ethics. , 114, 555-600.

Gardiner, S. 2010. A perfect moral storm : the ethical tragedy of climate change . Oxford UP.

Gardiner, S. et.al. 2010. Climate ethics : essential readings , Oxford UP.

Garvey, J. 2008. The ethics of climate change : right and wrong in a warming world . Continuum.

Harris, P.G. 2009 World ethics and climate change : from international to global justice , Edinburgh UP.

Hayward, T. 2007. ‘International Political Theory and the Global Environment: Some Critical Questions for Liberal Cosmopolitans’, Journal of social philosophy. , 40.2, 276-95.

Howarth, R.B. 1992. ‘Intergenerational Justice and the Chain of Obligation’, Environmental values. , 1.2, 133-140.

IPCC, 2007. Fourth Assessment Report ,Available online: http://www.ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/ar4/syr/en/contents.html

Jamieson, D. 2005. ‘Adaptation, mitigation, and justice’, in W.Sinnott-Armstrong and R.B. Howarth (ed.) Perspectives on climate change : science, economics, politics, ethics (Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources, Volume 5) , Emerald Group Publishing .

Jamieson, D. 2007. ‘When Utilitarians Should be Virtue Theorists’, Utilitas. , 19, 160-183.

Jamieson, D. 2007. ‘The Moral and Political Challenges of Climate Change’. In: L. Dilling and S.C. Moser eds. , Creating a climate for change : communicating climate change and facilitating social change , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Macklin, R. 1990. ‘Can Future Generations Correctly Be Said to Have Rights? ’, in E. Partridge ed., Responsibilities to future generations : environmental ethics , Prometheus Books.

Martinez-Alier, J. 2002. The environmentalism of the poor : a study of ecological conflicts and valuation , Elgar.

Moellendorf, D. 2009. ‘Climate Change, Development and Mitigation’, in his Global inequality matters [electronic resource] , Palgrave Macmillan.

Moore, M. 2008. ‘Global Justice, Climate Change and Miller’s Theory of Responsibility’, Critical review of international social and political philosophy. , 11.4, 501-517.

Neumeyer, E. 2000. ‘In Defence of Historical Accountability for Greenhouse Gas Emissions’, Ecological economics. , 33, 185-92.

Page, E. 2006. Climate change, justice and future generations , Elgar.

Parfit, D. 1987. Reasons and persons , Oxford UP. (This is where Parfit sets out the non-identity problem; there is a shorter version in Gardiner (ed) Climate ethics : essential readings, ).

Posner, E.A. and Weisbach, D. 2010. Climate change justice , Princeton UP.

Shue, H. 1993. ‘Subsistence Emissions and Luxury Emissions’, Law & policy. , 15.1.

Shue, H. 1999. ‘Global Environment and International Inequality’, International affairs. , 75.3.

Woods, K. 2010. Human rights and environmental sustainability . Cheltenham: Elgar.

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Week 11: Review

No specific reading.

FURTHER RECOMMENDED GENERAL READING:

Some useful general introductory texts:

Heather Widdows, Global ethics : an introduction

Kimberly Hutchings’ Global Ethics (Polity Press, 2010).

D.S. Bell (eds) Ethics and world politics (Oxford UP, 2010).

James Rachels, The Elements of Moral Philosophy

Jo Wolff, An Introduction to Political Philosophy

Will Kymlicka, Contemporary Political Philosophy

More advanced general reading on approaches to political and moral theory that are relevant to global justice:

Baron, M., Pettit, P., and Slote, M. 1997. Three methods of ethics : a debate . Oxford: Blackwell.

Bird, C. 2010. ‘Ethics and Analytical Political Philosophy’, D.S. Bell (ed) Ethics and world politics , Oxford UP.

Goodin, R.E. 1985. Protecting the vulnerable : a reanalysis of our social responsibilities , University of Chicago Press.

Kamm, F. 2008. Intricate ethics : rights, responisibilities, and permissible harm , Oxford UP, esp. section III.

Korgaard, C.M. et. al. 2004. The sources of normativity , Cambridge UP.

Shklar, J. 1984. ‘Putting Cruelty First’ in her Ordinary vices , Harvard University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Singer, P. (ed) 1993. A companion to ethics , Blackwell (a large collection of overview essays).

Walzer, M. 1983. Spheres of Justice , Basic Books, ch2.

Williams, B.W. 2006. ‘Styles of Ethical Theory’ and ‘Morality, The Peculiar Institution’, in his Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy , Routledge. (Available online)

This list was last updated on 09/01/2017