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Respect, pluralism, and justice : Kantian perspectives

@inproceedings{Hill2000RespectPA,
  title={Respect, pluralism, and justice : Kantian perspectives},
  author={T. Hill},
  year={2000}
}
  • T. Hill
  • Published 2000
  • Political Science
Introduction PART I. ELEMENTS OF A KANTIAN PERSPECTIVE 1. Kantian Pluralism 2. A Kantian Perspective on Moral Rules PART II: RESPECT FOR HUMANITY 3. Basic Respect and Cultural Diversity 4. Must Respect be Earned? 5. Donagan's Kant PART III: JUSTICE AND RESPONSES TO WRONGDOING 6. Kant on Responsibility for Consequences 7. Kant on Punishment: A Coherent Mix of Deterrence and Retribution? 8. A Kantian Perspective on Political Violence 9. The Problem of Stability in Political Liberalism 10… Expand
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