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Respect, Pluralism and Justice
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Introduction
Part I. Elements of a Kantian Perspective
1: Kantian Pluralism
2: A Kantian Perspective on Moral Rules
Part II: Respect for Humanity
3: Basic Respect and Cultural Diversity
4: Must Respect be Earned?
5: Donagan's Kant
Part III: Justice and Responses to Wrongdoing
6: Kant on Responsibility for Consequences
7: Kant on Punishment: A Coherent Mix of Deterrence and Retribution?
8: A Kantian Perspective on Political Violence
9: The Problem of Stability in Political Liberalism
10: Conscience and Authority
Bibliography
Index

About the Author

Thomas E. Hill, Jr., is Kenan Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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`displaying the clarity and inventiveness for which Hill's work is renowned ... some excellent suggestions about responsibility and punishment, adapting Kantian lines of thought, and Kant himself could have learnt a great deal from Hill's more empirically informed applications of his ethical ideas.'
Justin Oakley, TLS, 6 July 2001

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