States, Nations, and Borders The Ethics of Making Boundaries
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Description: The contributors to this study examines the views of seven prominent ethical traditions on the making and unmaking of national boundaries. Each contributor evaluates how the traditions under scrutiny handle conquest, settlement, purchase, inheritance and secession.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 3/31/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|The Jewish Tradition|
|Making and unmaking the boundaries of the Holy Land|
|Man-made boundaries and man-made holiness in the Jewish tradition|
|The Confucian Tradition|
|The making and unmaking of boundaries: a contemporary Confucian perspective|
|Borders of our minds: territories, boundaries, and power in the Confucian tradition|
|The Christian Tradition|
|The Christian tradition|
|Christianity and territorial right|
|The Natural Law Tradition|
|The making and unmaking of boundaries from the Natural Law perspective|
|Natural Law and the re-making of boundaries|
|The Islamic Tradition|
|Political boundaries and moral communities: an Islamic perspective|
|The unbounded law of God and territorial boundaries|
|The Liberal Tradition|
|The making and unmaking of boundaries: what liberalism has to say|
|Liberalism and boundaries: a response to Allen Buchanan|
|The International Law Tradition|
|The making and unmaking of boundaries: international law|
|People and boundaries: an internationalized public law approach|