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The Resource Recognition, conflict and the problem of global ethical community, edited by Shannon Brincat

Recognition, conflict and the problem of global ethical community, edited by Shannon Brincat

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Recognition, conflict and the problem of global ethical community
Title
Recognition, conflict and the problem of global ethical community
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edited by Shannon Brincat
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Language
eng
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BTCTA
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Global discourse
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1979-
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Brincat, Shannon
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  • International relations
  • Recognition (Philosophy)
  • Social justice
  • Identity (Philosophical concept)
Label
Recognition, conflict and the problem of global ethical community, edited by Shannon Brincat
Instantiates
Publication
Note
The chapters in this book were originally published in Global Discourse, volume 4, issue 4 (December 2014)--Page vii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Reply: Terrorism, discourse and analysis thereof: a reply to Clément
  • Lee Jarvis
  • Recognition and the origins of international society
  • Erik Ringmar
  • Reply: recognition and the origins of international society: a reply to Erik Ringmar
  • John M. Hobson
  • Treating Asian nations with respect: promises and pitfalls of status recognition
  • Reinhard Wolf
  • Reply: Treating Asian naitons with respect: promises and pitfalls of status recognition: a reply to Reinhard Wolf
  • Michael Clarke
  • Introduction: recognition, conflict and the problem of ethical community
  • Interest, passsion, (non)recognition, and wars: a conceptual essay
  • Thomas Lindemann
  • Reply: recognizing non-recognition: a reply to Lindemann
  • Brent J. Steele
  • (Dis-)respect and (non-)recognition in world politics: the Anglo-Boer war and German policy at the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth century
  • Lena Jaschob
  • Reply: (Dis-)respect and (non-)recognition in world politics: the Anglo-Boer war and German policy at the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth century: a reply to Lena Jaschob
  • Bill Nasson
  • Killing without hatred: the politics of (non)-recognition in contemporary Western wars
  • Mathias Delori
  • Shannon Brincat
  • Reply: Killing without hatred: the politics of (non)-recognition in contemporary Western wars: a reply to Mathias Delori
  • Kamil Shah
  • Shame and recognition: the politics of disclosure and acknowledgement
  • Julie Connolly
  • Reply: shame and recognition: the politics of disclosure and acknowledgement: a reply to Julie Connolly
  • Tony Castleman
  • Al-Muhajiroun in the United Kingdom: the role of international non-recognition in heightened radicalization dynamics
  • Maéva Clément
Control code
ocn894936299
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
ix, 142 pages
Isbn
9780415738521
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)894936299
Label
Recognition, conflict and the problem of global ethical community, edited by Shannon Brincat
Publication
Note
The chapters in this book were originally published in Global Discourse, volume 4, issue 4 (December 2014)--Page vii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Reply: Terrorism, discourse and analysis thereof: a reply to Clément
  • Lee Jarvis
  • Recognition and the origins of international society
  • Erik Ringmar
  • Reply: recognition and the origins of international society: a reply to Erik Ringmar
  • John M. Hobson
  • Treating Asian nations with respect: promises and pitfalls of status recognition
  • Reinhard Wolf
  • Reply: Treating Asian naitons with respect: promises and pitfalls of status recognition: a reply to Reinhard Wolf
  • Michael Clarke
  • Introduction: recognition, conflict and the problem of ethical community
  • Interest, passsion, (non)recognition, and wars: a conceptual essay
  • Thomas Lindemann
  • Reply: recognizing non-recognition: a reply to Lindemann
  • Brent J. Steele
  • (Dis-)respect and (non-)recognition in world politics: the Anglo-Boer war and German policy at the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth century
  • Lena Jaschob
  • Reply: (Dis-)respect and (non-)recognition in world politics: the Anglo-Boer war and German policy at the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth century: a reply to Lena Jaschob
  • Bill Nasson
  • Killing without hatred: the politics of (non)-recognition in contemporary Western wars
  • Mathias Delori
  • Shannon Brincat
  • Reply: Killing without hatred: the politics of (non)-recognition in contemporary Western wars: a reply to Mathias Delori
  • Kamil Shah
  • Shame and recognition: the politics of disclosure and acknowledgement
  • Julie Connolly
  • Reply: shame and recognition: the politics of disclosure and acknowledgement: a reply to Julie Connolly
  • Tony Castleman
  • Al-Muhajiroun in the United Kingdom: the role of international non-recognition in heightened radicalization dynamics
  • Maéva Clément
Control code
ocn894936299
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
ix, 142 pages
Isbn
9780415738521
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)894936299

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