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  1. Richard P. Hiskes (2009). The Human Right to a Green Future: Environmental Rights and Intergenerational Justice. Cambridge University Press.
    This book presents an argument for environmental human rights as the basis of intergenerational environmental justice. It argues that the rights to clean air, water, and soil should be seen as the environmental human rights of both present and future generations. It presents several new conceptualizations central to the development of theories of both human rights and justice, including emergent human rights, reflexive reciprocity as the foundation of justice, and a communitarian foundation for human rights that both protects the rights (...)
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  2. Richard P. Hiskes (2006). Environmental Human Rights and Intergenerational Justice. Human Rights Review 7 (3):81-95.
    What do the living owe those who come after them? It is a question nonsensical to some and unanswerable to others, yet tantalizing in its persistence especially among environmentalists. This article makes a new start on the topic of intergenerational justice by bringing together human rights and environmental justice arguments in a novel way that lays the groundwork for a theory of intergenerational environmental justice based in the human rights to clean air, water, and soil. Three issues foundational to such (...)
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  3. Richard P. Hiskes (2005). Environmental Rights, Intergenerational Justice, and Reciprocity with the Future. Public Affairs Quarterly 19 (3):177-194.
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  4. Richard P. Hiskes (2005). Hume and Machiavelli. Hume Studies 31 (1):181-183.
  5. Richard P. Hiskes (1977). Has Hume a Theory of Social Justice? Hume Studies 3 (2):72-93.