Worldly Ethics: Democratic Politics and Care for the World
Duke University Press (2013)
|Abstract||Introduction : tracing the ethical turn -- Crafting a democratic subject? The Foucauldian ethics of self-care -- Levinasian ethics, charity, and democracy -- The democratic ethics of care for worldly things -- Partisanship for the world : tending to the world as home and in-between -- Self/other/world : forging connections and fostering democratic care.|
|Keywords||Democracy Moral and ethical aspects International relations Moral and ethical aspects Citizenship Moral and ethical aspects Political participation Moral and ethical aspects|
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|Call number||JC423.M96 2013|
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