__NOTITLE__ Studying 2014/2 PHI110: Philosophy, Morality and Society. Week 10. Undertaken Study Period 2, 2014. Content is quoted and/or summarised from the university website in fair dealing for purpose of research or study. See also: StudyWISE and AIMS.
In the final section of the course we turn to a focus on contemporary problems of justice.
What is a just society? What obligations do we have to fellow citizens of our own society, and to people outside it?
Herewith a list of further reading:
Lecturer for Section 3: Prof. Catriona Mackenzie (Lecture 20: Dr Mary Walker)
Readings downloaded from e-Reserve.
- Singer, Peter. "Famine, affluence, and morality" Philosophy and Public Affairs, 1:3, 1972, 229-243 (original)
- Beitz, Charles R. "Does global inequality matter?" Metaphilosophy, 32:1/2, 2001, 95-112 (original)
- Pogge, Thomas Winfried Menko. "Moral universalism and global economic justice" in World Poverty and Human Rights: Cosmopolitan Responsibilities and Reforms, Pogge, Thomas Winfried Menko, 2002, 91-117 (original)
TODO: answer the reading questions.
- Self Test Quiz - Week 10 Global Justice
- Discussion forum for Week 10: Global Justice
- Week 10 review: What have you learnt? (original)
Things to do, most important on top:
- Listen to the Lectures
- Read the Lecture notes
- Read the Questions
- Read the Readings
- Answer the Questions
- Do the Activities
Things that are done, most recent on top:
Herewith a list of new and/or interesting words and selected definitions: