Dworkin and His Critics provides an in-depth, analytical discussion of Ronald Dworkin's ethical, legal and political philosophical writings, and it includes substantial replies from Dworkin himself. Includes substantial replies by Ronald Dworkin, a comprehensive bibliography of his work, and suggestions for further reading. Contributors include Richard Arneson, G. A. Cohen, Frances Kamm, Will Kymlicka, Philippe van Parijs, Eric Rakowski, Joseph Raz and Jeremy Waldron. Makes an important contribution to many on-going debates over abortion, euthanasia, the rule of law, distributive justice, group rights, political obligation, and genetics.If we care about the doctor (for example, he is our child), we may, however, wish that he had been prevented from acting permissibly in accord with his bad character. ... the brief, argues similarly in aPhysician-Assisted Suicide: Two Moral Arguments, a Ethics, vol. 109, 1999, pp. 497a518. ... Suppose that a patient who is on life support in the hospital with faulty wiring does not want to die and it is not in hisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dworkin and His Critics|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-04-15|