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|Description:||x, 251 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Chapter 1: Introduction: The Challenge of Globalization to Philosophy Chapter 2: Normativity Under Conditions of Globalization: The Conception of Order Ethics Chapter 3: Society Requires Capacities of the Individual Chapter 4: Society Requires a Sense of Justice (John Rawls) Chapter 5: Society Requires Incentives and Rules Chapter 6: Conclusion: Normativity ex nihilo?|
Luetge's book aims to develop a system of ethics that replaces the language of sacrifice with that of investment. The problem he sets out to solve is how, given conditions of modern globalization and