Human Rights and Common Good collects John Finnis's wide-ranging work on central issues in political philosophy. The subjects explored include the general theory of political community and justice; the nature and role of human rights; national territory and migrants' and non-citizens' rights; the justification of punishment; and the public control of euthanasia, abortion, and marriage.Collected Essays John Finnis. goods, requires of human choosers in the various sorts of conditions in which they have to make and carry out their choices. It has no particular interest in states ofaffairs ofa type no one is likely to encounter, such anbsp;...
|Title||:||Human Rights and Common Good|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2011-04-07|