Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[compiled by] Amitai Etzioni.|
|LC Classifications||HM216 .R558 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 293 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||293|
|ISBN 10||0312102720, 0312089686|
|LC Control Number||92062734|
: Human Rights, Virtue and the Common Good (): Ernest L. Fortin: BooksCited by: Human Rights and Common Good book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This central volume in the Collected Essays brings together J /5(7). The book considers whether present forms of governance support the common good, or whether they are endangering its very foundations. It explores the connection between consumerism and capitalism, the destruction of natural resources and with it, the elimination of many of the ecosystem services that support life in general, and human life in. Parts Four, Five, and Six each group three chapters: on autonomy, justice, and euthanasia; on autonomy, justice, and human reproduction; and on marriage in its relation to justice and the common good. Keywords: Rawls, Dworkin, Kant, Nietzsche, justice, rights, common good, civic virtue, limited government, retribution.
Any attempt to promote the common good on any front, including gender and racial equality, immigration, prison reform, income inequality, etc., is quickly and effectively dismissed by the people holding the microphone with a simple allusion to the slippery slope of Cited by: 7. Robert B. Reich’s new book, “The Common Good,” is a welcome response to this challenge. One of the most prominent voices among progressives, Reich has . Rights, Virtue, and the Common Good J. Brian Benestad. In his book, It is common to the whole and to the parts and requires recognition of the fundamental rights of persons. To achieve the common good society needs a significant contribution from individuals, especially their love. Book Notes topics. Nevertheless, the book will be essential reading for schol-ars concerned with crime and inequality. Amitai Etzioni (Ed.), Rights and the Common Good: The Communi-tarian Perspective. New York, St. Martin's Press, $ hardcover. Like many others social science terms, communitarianism is very difficult to define.
The book is very well written and I really enjoyed reading it while learning a lot. As a strong believer in property rights, I thought Tom successfully demonstrated how copyright is different from the traditional understanding of property. The book has given me a lot to think about and I am really glad to have taken the time to read it.5/5(2). The Common Good, by Robert B. Reich, is a book on the decay of the concept of the common good in the United States (in particular, although this principle applies everywhere). Reich notes the rise of brinkmanship politics, where each party in the States holds the budget hostage and threatens a government shutdown to try and force in petty /5. for the sake of the common good, including the barring of incitement, obscenity, threats, slander, and child pornography. Although the US courts have done much to recognize the value of the common good as well as individual rights, striking the right balance between protecting the public interest and maintaining personal rights can prove difficult. Rights and the Common Good: The Communitarian Perspective Amitai Etzioni, Author Wadsworth Publishing Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.