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The perils of global legalism

Chicago: University of Chicago Press (2009)

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  1. Political imagination and the crime of crimes: Coming to terms with ‘genocide’ and ‘genocide blindness’.Mathias Thaler - 2014 - Contemporary Political Theory 13 (4):358-379.
    This article deals critically with the process of coming to terms with ‘genocide’. It starts from the observation that conventional philosophical and legal approaches to capturing the essence of ‘genocide’ through an improved definition necessarily fail to adapt to the ever-changing nature of political violence. Faced with this challenge, the article suggests that the contemporary debate on genocide (and its denial) should be complemented with a focus on transforming the perceptive and interpretive frameworks through which acts of violence are discussed (...)
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  • Why Do We Need Global Institutional Reform? Some Critical Observations on Global Moral Responsibility.Dorina Pătrunsu - 2015 - Public Reason 7 (1-2).
    What is the justification or the ground of responsibility involved by global justice through global institutional reform? In other words, even if global justice seems to be defined as a specific aim given by what we normally think to be right or just solutions to the global human problems, this does not preclude the necessity of taking into account the difficulties and questions the operational level of global justice raises, institutionally and organizationally speaking. The cultural constraints, the diversity and the (...)
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