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This list relates to the 2017-18 which ended on 18/08/2018
  1. General Readings 7 items
    1. The following are helpful introductions to scholarship on ethics and world politics. The library has at least one copy of all of them:

    2. International ethics - ed. Mervyn Frost 2011

      Book 

    3. Global ethics: an introduction - Kimberly Hutchings 2010

      Book 

    4. The Routledge handbook of global ethics - ed. Darrel Moellendorf, ed. Heather Widdows 2015

      Book 

  2. Reference Texts 6 items
    1. The following are useful anthologies/introductions to political philosophy and ethics. The library has at least one copy of all of them:

    2. Contemporary political philosophy: an anthology - ed. Robert E. Goodin, ed. Philip Pettit 1997

      Book 

    3. The Blackwell guide to ethical theory - ed. Hugh LaFollette 2000

      Book 

    4. Ethical theory: an anthology - Russ Shafer-Landau 2013

      Book  First edition available in the library.

    5. A Companion to Ethics - ed. Peter Singer 1991

      Book 

  3. Journals 1 item
    1. The following are all useful journals to consult on a regular basis, and especially for your essay research. This is not an exhaustive list, and you should also seek out other potentially useful journals. The library has a subscription to all of these journals:

       

       

      Contemporary Political Theory

       

      Ethics

       

      Ethics and International Affairs

       

      Human Rights Quarterly

       

      International Theory

       

      Journal of Human Rights

       

      Journal of International Political Theory

       

      Journal of Political Philosophy

       

      Millennium: Journal of International Studies

       

      Philosophy and Public Affairs

       

      Political Theory

       

      Review of International Studies

       

      Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: https://plato.stanford.edu/

       

      ·         While not an academic journal this is an excellent resource for background information on thinkers or ideas that may be unfamiliar to you. This online resource is written by academics and features extensive citations and further readings.

       

       

      ·         If you use this resource as a reference in your essay, reference the title of the encyclopedia entry, its author, the encyclopedia itself, and the URL of the entry. 

  4. Week 2: Introduction to Ethics and World Politics 44 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Normative Theory - D. Glaser

        Chapter 

      2. Postructuralism - M. Zehfuss

        Chapter 

    2. Further Reading: 6 items
      1. Moral spaces: rethinking ethics and world politics - David Campbell, Michael J. Shapiro 1999

        Book 

      2. Philosophy and real politics - Raymond Geuss 2008

        Book 

      3. Ethics and international relations - Gordon Graham 1997

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      4. Global ethics: an introduction - Heather Widdows 2011

        Book 

    3. On ‘Traditional/Analytic’ Approaches: 10 items
      1. An introduction to the principles of morals and legislation - Jeremy Bentham, J. H. Burns, F. Rosen, H. L. A. Hart 1996

        Book 

      2. The Oxford handbook of ethical theory - David Copp 2005

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      3. Contemporary Deontology - N. A. Davis 1993

        Chapter 

      4. Contemporary debates in moral theory - James Lawrence Dreier 2006

        Book 

      5. Kantian Ethics - O. O’Neill 1993

        Chapter 

      6. Consequentialism - P. Pettit 1993

        Chapter 

      7. A Companion to ethics - Peter Singer 1991

        Book 

    4. On Cosmopolitanism and Communitarianism: 9 items
      1. After virtue: a study in moral theory - Alasdair C. MacIntyre 1985

        Book 

    5. On ‘Post-Structural/Modern’ Approaches: 15 items
      1. Undoing gender - Judith Butler 2004

        Book 

      2. Moral spaces: rethinking ethics and world politics - David Campbell, Michael J. Shapiro 1999

        Book 

      3. Critical theorists and international relations - Jenny Edkins, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2009

        Book 

      4. The Ethics of Postmodernism - P. Lawler 2008

        Chapter 

  5. Week 3: Ethical Dilemmas of Global Governance 23 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
    2. Further Reading: 19 items
      1. Colonial and Postcolonial Global Governance - H. Muppidi 2005

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      2. Governance without government: order and change in world politics - James N. Rosenau, Ernst Otto Czempiel 1992

        Book 

      3. (Re)imagining humane governance - Richard A. Falk 2014 (electronic book)

        Book 

      4. Perpetual peace - Immanuel Kant 1932

        Book 

      5. The global governance reader - Rorden Wilkinson 2005

        Book 

  6. Week 4: Human Rights and Human Wrongs 29 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Human Rights Universalism - A.J. Langlois

        Chapter 

    2. Further Reading 25 items
      1. Human rights in global politics - Timothy Dunne, Nicholas J. Wheeler 1999

        Book 

      2. Human rights in international relations - David P. Forsythe 2006

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      3. Human rights: an interdisciplinary approach - Michael Freeman 2002

        Book  First and second edition (2011) available in the library.

      4. Human rights as politics and idolatry - Michael Ignatieff, Amy Gutmann, Anthony Appiah 2001

        Book  Available in LIbrary and as an e-book.

      5. Human Rights Universalism - A. J. Langlois 2009

        Chapter 

      6. Gender and Human Rights - S. Parekh 2009

        Chapter 

      7. Human rights and social movements - Neil Stammers 2009

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      8. Human Rights and Democracy - P. Voice 2009

        Chapter 

  7. Week 5: International Law 23 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Fairness to Rightness: Jurisdiction, Legality, and the Legitimacy of International Criminal Law. - D. Luban 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book.(Available in the Library and as an e-book)

    2. Further Reading 19 items
      1. The Legitimacy of International Law - A. Buchanan 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      2. Philosophy of international law - Anthony Carty 2007

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      3. International Responsibility - J. Watkins, J. Crawford 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      4. Democratic governance and international law - Gregory H. Fox, Brad R. Roth 2000

        Book 

      5. Minority Rights in Political Philosophy and International Law - Will Kymlicka 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      6. The Sources of International Law: Some Philosophical Reflections - David Lefkowitz 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      7. International Responsibility - Liam Murphy 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      8. Immanuel Kant on International Law - Amanda Perreau-Saussine 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      9. The Legitimacy of International Law - John Tasioulas 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

      10. Two Conceptions of Self-Determination - Jeremy Waldron 2010

        Chapter  Page numbers differ between paper copy and e-book. (Available in the Library and as an e-book)

  8. Week 6: Humanitarian Intervention 32 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. The Responsibility to Protect: Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty - ICISS December 2001

        Document  Read "Synopsis" and Sections 1 through 5 (pages xi-45)

    2. Further Reading 28 items
      1. The Impact of the Libya Intervention Debates on Norms of Protection - Sarah Brockmeier, Oliver Stuenkel, Marcos Tourinho 2016

        Article 

      2. Just intervention - Anthony F. Lang 2003

        Book 

      3. Can might make rights?: building the rule of law after military interventions - Jane E. Stromseth, David Wippman, Rosa Brooks, American Society of International Law 2006

        Book 

      4. Humanitarian intervention and international relations - ed. Jennifer M. Welsh 2004

        Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

      5. Saving strangers: humanitarian intervention in international society - Nicholas J. Wheeler 2000

        Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book.

  9. Week 7: Global(?) Justice 29 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Abnormal Justice - Nancy Fraser 2009

        Chapter  Chapter 4 in Fraser, Scales of Justice

      2. The Law of Peoples - J. Rawls

        Chapter  Digitised.

    2. Further Reading 25 items
      1. Global institutions and responsibilities: achieving global justice - Christian Barry, Thomas Winfried Menko Pogge 2005

        Book 

      2. Justice beyond borders: a global political theory - Simon Caney 2005

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      3. Global justice: defending cosmopolitanism - Charles Jones 1999

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      4. Bounds of justice - Onora O'Neill 2000

        Book 

      5. A theory of justice - John Rawls 1971

        Book 

      6. The idea of justice - Amartya Sen 2009

        Book 

  10. Week 8: Poverty 21 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
    2. Further Reading 17 items
      1. Development as freedom - Amartya Sen 1999

        Book 

      2. Living high and letting die: our illusion of innocence - Peter Unger 1996

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

  11. Week 9: Migration 23 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
    2. Further Reading 19 items
      1. The rights of others: aliens, residents, and citizens - Seyla Benhabib 2004

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      2. The ethics of refugee policy - Christina Boswell 2005

        Book 

      3. Justice, Morality, and the Dehumanization of Refugees - Victoria M. Esses, Scott Veenvliet, Gordon Hodson, Ljiljana Mihic 2008

        Article 

      4. Who Is a Refugee? - Andrew E. Shacknove 1985

        Article 

  12. Week 10: Torture 23 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Torture and the Ethics of Photography - Judith Butler 12/2007

        Article  New addition not in the list in the module booklet.

      2. Should the Ticking Bomb Terrorist Be Tortured? - Alan M. Dershowitz 2002

        Chapter  Chapter 4 in Derschowitz, Why Terrorism Works

      3. The Structure of Torture: The Conversion of Real Pain into the Fiction of Power - Elaine Scarry 1985

        Chapter  Chapter 1 in Scarry, The Body in Pain

    2. Further Reading 19 items
      1. Torture and the ticking bomb - Robert Brecher 2007

        Book 

      2. Tortured Reasoning - A. Dershowitz 2004

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      3. Reflection on the Problem of ‘Dirty Hands - J. B. Elshtain 2004

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      4. The lesser evil: political ethics in an age of terror - Michael Ignatieff 2004

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      5. Is Torture Ever Justified? Torture, Rights and Rules from Northern Ireland to Iraq - C. Kennedy-Pipe, A. Mumford 2009

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      6. Torture, power, and law - David Luban 2014

        Book 

      7. Torture, Terrorism, and Interrogation - R. A. Posner 2004

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      8. Torture: does it make us safer? is it ever OK? : a human rights perspective - Kenneth Roth, Minky Worden, Amy D. Bernstein, Human Rights Watch (Organization) 2005

        Book 

      9. Five Errors in the Reasoning of Alan Dershowitz - E. Scarry 2004

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      10. Torture - H. Shue 2004

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      11. Political Action: The Problem of Dirty Hands - M. Walzer 2004

        Chapter  Available in Library and as an e-book.

  13. Week 11: Ethics and the Non-Human 31 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
      1. International Environmental Law, Policy, and Ethics - Alexander Gillespie 2014

        Book  Read Chapter 9: Animals and Other Living Entities

      2. Defining Environmental Justice - David Schlosberg 01/05/2007

        Book  Read Chapter 5 and Chapter 6

      3. Practical ethics - Peter Singer 2011

        Book  Read Chapter 3: "Equality for Animals?" Copy on Moodle

    2. Further Reading 28 items
      1. Environmental injustice - Christopher Boerner, Thomas Lambert 1995

        Article 

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        Chiarelli, B. (2007) "Ethical Anthropocentrism: Humanist Ethics and the Need for a New Global Bioethics" in Mankind Quarterly 47(3): 105-115 - This item is currently unavailable.

      3. Green political thought - Andrew Dobson 2006

        Book  Available in Library and as an e-book.

      4. Green political theory - Robert E. Goodin 1992

        Book 

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