An Ethic of Responsibility in International Relations
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991 - 153 páginas
Questioning many of the traditional assumptions found in discussions of ethics in international relations, Daniel Warner presents an understanding of what an ethic of responsibility should be. Arguing against Weber's classic definition, he examines the implications of responsibility as responsiveness on both the individual and international levels.
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