Global Institutions and Human Rights: A Critical Essay on Thomas Pogge, and the Attribution of Remedial Responsibility in Cases of Human Rights Violations

Global Institutions and Human Rights: A Critical Essay on Thomas Pogge, and the Attribution of Remedial Responsibility in Cases of Human Rights Violations

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In his 2007 book National Responsibility and Global Justice, David Miller provides the sort of account of responsibility that I believe is lacking in Pogge's work. Differentiating between moral responsibility, outcome responsibility, and causal responsibility, Miller shows that what we mean when we determine a party is qresponsibleq for a particular outcome can depend on several factors, viz., the foreseeability and the justification for harm. I argue that the sorts of remedies that are required in cases of moral responsibility, outcome responsibility, and causal responsibility turn out to be quite different from one another.In his 2007 book National Responsibility and Global Justice, David Miller provides the sort of account of responsibility that I believe is lacking in Poggea#39;s work.


Title:Global Institutions and Human Rights: A Critical Essay on Thomas Pogge, and the Attribution of Remedial Responsibility in Cases of Human Rights Violations
Author: Jordan Shaw-Young
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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