We are pleased to announce that Public Reason 4 (1-2) is now available online at
Public Reason is an open-access peer-reviewed journal of political and moral philosophy and all articles are available for download as .pdf, .mobi, and .epub. The current volume contains papers presented at the “Global Justice: Norms and Limits” conference (Bucharest, 10-12 May, 2012).
Chong Un Choe
-Just International Normative Structure
-Understanding the Global Ethic Project
-The Limits of Design for Cosmopolitan Democracy
-Global Justice: A Structural Approach
Iván Teimil García
-Challenges for a New Global Order: A Two-Dimensional Approach to Global Justice
-Globalizing Recognition: Global Justice and the Dialectic of Recognition
-Individual Membership in a Global Order: Terms of Respect and Standards of Justification
-Why ‘We’ Are Not Harming the Global Poor: A Critique of Pogge’s Leap from State to Individual Responsibility
-Global or National Justice? An Analysis of Pogge’s and Buchanan’s Reply to Rawls’s Law of Peoples
-The Globalization of What? Some Neo-Rawlsian Remarks on the Justificatory Limits for Global Criminal Justice
-Sustainable Development, Liberty, and Global Social Justice
Cristian Timmermann & Henk van den Belt
-Global Justice Considerations for a Proposed Climate Impact Fund
Monica ?tef?nescu & Constantin Vic?
-Climate Change, Intellectual Property, and Global Justice
Mihail-Valentin Cernea & Radu Uszkai
-The Clash Between Global Justice and Drug Patents: A Critical Analysis
-Global Injustice as a Threat to World Security
-Philosophy, Terror, and Biopolitics
-A Singerian Reading of the Global Strategies to Eradicate Famine in Africa (2005-2010)
-Moral Cosmopolitanism and the Right to Immigration
Axel Gosseries & Yannick Vanderborght (eds.), Arguing about Justice. Essays for Philippe Van Parijs
Reviewed by Ileana Dasc?lu & Adrian-Paul Iliescu
Public Reason publishes articles, book reviews, as well as discussion notes from all the fields of political philosophy and ethics, including political theory, applied ethics, and legal philosophy. The journal encourages the debate around rationality in politics and ethics in the larger context of the discussion concerning rationality as a philosophical problem.
Public Reason is committed to a pluralistic approach, promoting interdisciplinary and original perspectives as long as the ideal of critical arguing and clarity is respected. The journal is intended for the international philosophical community, as well as for a broader public interested in political and moral philosophy. It aims to promote philosophical exchanges with a special emphasis on issues in, and discussions on the Eastern European space.
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