This book deals with "The greatest happiness principle" : Utilitarianism -- Do we own ourselves? : Libertarianism -- Hired help : markets and morals -- What matters is the motive : Immanuel Kant -- The case for equality : John Rawls -- Arguing affirmative action -- Who deserves what? : Aristotle -- What do we owe one another? : dilemmas of loyalty -- Justice and the common good.
"Politics: The Key Concepts is an up-to-date and broad-ranging introduction to the terms that lie at the heart of political discourse. Entries are drawn from areas such as political theory, international politics and political science. As well as explaining core, established principles, this informative guide explores some of the more complex, topical and contested concepts from the world of politics. In an accessible A-Z format with helpful cross-referencing and suggestions for further reading, this is a valuable reference for all students of politics, international relations and related courses"
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