States, Nations and Borders: The Ethics of Making Boundaries

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Professor of Public Policy and Philosophy Allen Buchanan, Allen Buchanan, Margaret Moore, Associate Professor in Political Science Margaret Moore
Cambridge University Press, 31‏/03‏/2003 - 361 من الصفحات
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This volume examines comparatively the views and principles of seven prominent ethical traditions on one of the most pressing issues of modern politics - the making and unmaking of state and national boundaries. The traditions represented are Judaism, Christianity, Islam, natural law, Confucianism, liberalism and international law. Each contributor, an expert within one of these traditions, shows how that tradition can handle the five dominant methods of altering state and national boundaries: conquest, settlement, purchase, inheritance and secession. Written by a distinguished group of international specialists this volume is unique in providing both in-depth normative and comparative perspectives on a troubling question that will offer readers real insight into inter-tradition conflict. Those readers will range from upper-level undergraduates to scholars in such fields as philosophy, political science, international relations and comparative religion.
 

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Introduction The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries
1
The Jewish Tradition
17
Making and Unmaking the Boundaries of Holy Land
19
ManMade Boundaries and ManMade Holiness in the Jewish Tradition
41
The Confucian Tradition
55
The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries A Contemporary Confucian Perspective
57
Borders of Our Minds Territories Boundaries and Power in the Confucian Tradition
86
The Christian Tradition
101
The Islamic Tradition
179
Political Boundaries and Moral Communities Islamic Perspectives
181
The Unbounded Law of God and Territorial Boundaries
214
The Liberal Tradition
229
The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries What Liberalism Has to Say
231
Liberalism and Boundaries A Response to Allen Buchanan
262
The International Law Tradition
273
International Law and the Making and Unmaking of Boundaries
275

The Christian Tradition
103
Christianity and Territorial Right
127
The Natural Law Tradition
141
The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries from the Natural Law Perspective
143
Natural Law and the Remaking of Boundaries
171
People and Boundaries An Internationalized Public Law Approach
298
Conclusion
317
Index
339
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