Normative subjects. Self and collectivity in morality and law

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ISBN
9780190936242
Nombre del producto:
Normative subjects. Self and collectivity in morality and law
Fecha de edición:
28 mar. 2019
Número de Edición:
1
Autor:
Dan-cohen, Meir
Idioma:
Inglés
Formato:
Libro
Páginas:
258
Lugar de edición:
REINO UNIDO
Colección:
SIN COLECCIÓN
Encuadernación:
Rústica

Normative Subjects alludes to the fields of morality and law, as well as to the entities, self and collectivity, addressed by these clusters of norms. The book explores connections between the two. The conception of self that informs this book is the joint product of two multifaceted philosophical strands, the constructivist and the hermeneutical. Various schools of thought view human beings as self creating: by pursuing our goals and promoting our projects, and so while abiding by the various norms that guide us in these endeavors, we also determine human identity. The result is an emphasis on a reciprocal relationship between law and morality on the one side and the composition and boundaries of the self on the other.

Acknowledgments and Provenance

Introduction

Part I. Construction and Revision
1. Constructing Subjects
2. Socializing Harry
3. Revising Our Pasts
4. Regret, Luck, and Identity

Part II. Value and Humanity
5. Individuals, Citizens, Persons
6. Dignity and Self-Creation
7. A Morality of Crime and Punishment

Part III. Collective Subjects
8. Collective Personhoods
9. Sanctioning Corporations
10. Freedoms of Collective Speech

Index

Meir Dan-Cohen, Milo Reese Robbins Chair in Legal Ethics, University of California, Berkeley

Meir Dan-Cohen is Milo Reese Robbins Chair in Legal Ethics, School of Law and Affiliated Professor, Department of Philosophy, at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of Rights, Persons, and Organizations (2nd Edition 2016), and Harmful Thoughts: Essays on Law, Self and Morality (2002).

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