Punishment, property and justice: philosophical foundations of the death penalty and welfare controversies

Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Why Justice is Relevant to Politics 1 -- Part I : The Death Penalty and Punishment -- 1 Introduction to Part I: The Death Penalty and Punishment 13 -- 2 Revenge, Pity and Empathy: Common Roots of the Death Penalty Debate 15 -- 3 Emotion Defended 21 -- 4...

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Main Author: Brettschneider, Corey Lang (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Aldershot, Hants [u.a.] Ashgate/Dartmouth 2001
Online Access: Inhaltsverzeichnis (Verlag)
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Summary:Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Why Justice is Relevant to Politics 1 -- Part I : The Death Penalty and Punishment -- 1 Introduction to Part I: The Death Penalty and Punishment 13 -- 2 Revenge, Pity and Empathy: Common Roots of the Death Penalty Debate 15 -- 3 Emotion Defended 21 -- 4 General Deterrence 23 -- 5 Singular Deterrence and Rehabilitation 27 -- 6 Retribution 33 -- 7 Nietzsche's Critique: The Link Between Deterrence, Retribution and Revenge 43 -- 8 From Punishment to Ethics and Political Justice 47 -- 9 Philosophical Foundations: Utilitarianism and Deterrence 51 -- 10 Hybrid Theory: Rawls's Act Utilitarianism 57 -- 11 Philosophical Foundations: Retributivism and Kantian Deontology 59 -- 12 Furman vs. Georgia 65 -- 13 The Link Between Retributive and Distributive Justice 73 --Part II Welfare, Property and Distributive Justice -- 14 Introduction to Part II: Is There a Right to Welfare? 77 -- 15 Locke on Property, Distributive Justice and Welfare 83 -- 16 Rousseau and the Fundamental Right to Welfare 97 -- 17 Rawls's Theory of Justice 111 -- 18 Walzer and the Critique of Primary Goods 125 -- 19 Rawls, Work and the Free-rider Problem 129 -- 20 Nozick, Desert and Natural Talent 133 -- 21 Should There be a Constitutional Right to Welfare? 135 -- 22 Marx and the Radical Critique of the Right to Welfare 139 -- 23 Distributive Justice, Property and the Right to Welfare 143 -- Conclusion 147
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references
Physical Description:VIII, 156 S
ISBN:0754620646