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- Ethics, Psychology, and Global Poverty.
- The Patriots Way;
- Distant Strangers: How Britain Became Modern by James Vernon.
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Geoffrey A. What must affluent people do to alleviate global poverty? This question has occupied moral and political philosophers for forty years. But the controversy has reached an impasse: approaches like utilitarianism and libertarianism either demand too much of ordinary mortals or else let them off the hook. She argues that there are serious limits to what can be demanded of ordinary human beings, but this does not mean we must abandon the moral imperative to reduce poverty.
Drawing on findings from behavioral economics and psychology, she shows how we can motivate better-off people to lessen poverty without demanding unrealistic levels of moral virtue. Lichtenberg argues convincingly that this approach is not only practically, but morally, appropriate. Lichtenberg argues for a practical and moral approach to reducing poverty, exploring concepts such as altruism, responding to criticisms of the effectiveness of aid, and asking whether and how the world's richer populations should assist.
This book is for those interested in ethics, political theory, public policy and development studies. Fullinwider, Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Cambridge University Press, Condition: New. Seller Inventory A-4c More information about this seller Contact this seller. Language: English. Brand new Book. In Distant Strangers, Judith Lichtenberg shows how a preoccupation with standard moral theories and with the concepts of duty and obligation have led philosophers astray. Reclaiming Patriotism.
Tim Soutphommasane. The Rise of Professional Society.
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Professor Harold Perkin. Ireland and the Politics of Change. William J. Development Studies and Colonial Policy. Barbara Ingham. Race, Colonialism and the City. John Rex. Lenard R. Capitalism, Culture and Decline in Britain. Rural Development. Keith Hoggart. A Different Hunger. Education and State Formation. Roderick T. The Remaking of the British Working Class, Andrew Miles. Urban Sociology and Urbanized Society. Selected Writings of John A. Hobson John M Hobson.
Women in Twentieth-Century Britain. Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska.
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The Politics of Northern Ireland. Arthur Aughey. Devolution and British Politics. Michael Oneill. Reconciliation and Colonial Power. Damien Short. Geographies of British Modernity. David Gilbert. Winners and Losers.
Stuart Macintyre. The End of British Politics? Michael Moran. The State: Historical and Political Dimensions. Richard English.
Distant Strangers : How Britain Became Modern
Statistics and the Public Sphere. Tom Crook.
- The Art of Communicating.
- Distant Strangers: How Britain Became Modern.
- Wenn die Psyche verrückt spielt!: Gedichtband (German Edition);
- Latte (Nichel) (Italian Edition).
- Alice: Opening my Legs at Your Wedding (Alice BDSM Book 1).
- ROMANA EXKLUSIV Band 0197: FLUG INS GROSSE GLÜCK / EROBERUNG IN DER KARIBIK / IM PALAST DES PRINZEN / (German Edition).
- California Punk.
Irish Political Studies Reader. Conor McGrath. The Tradition of Free Trade. Lars Magnusson. The Public on the Public. The Irish Diaspora. Andrew Bielenberg. Political Ideology and the Liberal Centre.
Rethinking the Irish Diaspora. Johanne Devlin Trew. Popular Contention in Great Britain, Charles Tilly. The Catholic Ethic and Global Capitalism. Bryan Fields. Ideas and Think Tanks in Contemporary Britain. Michael David Kandiah. The Development of Managerial Culture. Arthur J.
The Conservative Party and the nation. The Market for Political Economy. Alon Kadish.