The Right to Justification

Elements of a Constructivist Theory of Justice

; Jeffrey Flynn (Oversetter)

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Building an adaptive, sustainable solution to the rights issues of multiple nations.

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Preface Translator's Note Introduction: The Foundation of Justice Part 1: Foundations: Practical Reason, Morality, and Justice 1. Practical Reason and Justifying Reasons: On the Foundation of Morality 2. Moral Autonomy and the Autonomy of Morality: Toward a Theory of Normativity After Kant 3. Ethics and Morality 4. The Justification of Justice: Rawls's Political Liberalism and Habermas's Discourse Theory in Dialogue Part 2: Political and Social Justice 5. Political Liberty: Integrating Five Conceptions of Autonomy 6. A Critical Theory of Multicultural Toleration 7. The Rule of Reasons: Three Models of Deliberative Democracy 8. Social Justice, Justification, and Power Part 3: Human Rights and Transnational Justice 9. The Basic Right to Justification: Toward a Constructivist Conception of Human Rights 10. Constructions of Transnational Justice: Comparing John Rawls's The Law of Peoples and Otfried Hoffe's Democracy in an Age of Globalisation 11. Justice, Morality, and Power in the Global Context 12. Toward a Critical Theory of Transnational Justice Notes Bibliography

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Rainer Forst is professor of political theory and philosophy at Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and director of the research cluster on the "Formation of Normative Orders." He is the author of Contexts of Justice: Political Philosophy Beyond Liberalism and Communitarianism; Toleration in Conflict: Past and Present; Justification and Critique: Towards a Critical Theory of Politics, and coauthor, with Wendy Brown, of The Power of Tolerance: A Debate. In 2012 he received the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, the highest honor awarded to German researchers. Jeffrey Flynn is assistant professor of philosophy at Fordham University.