Friday, May 15, 2015

Updated bibliography on Jürgen Habermas 1992-2015

I have updated my listing of publications on Jürgen Habermas: 

Books and articles on Jürgen Habermas 1992-2015

New and forthcoming in 2015-2016:

Jürgen Habermas: Faktizität und Geltung (Klassiker Auslegen)
(De Gruyter, forthcoming)

Habermas leicht gemacht: Eine Einführung in sein Denken
(UTB, forthcoming)

(Routledge, forthcoming)

Gemeinsame Welt denken: Bedingungen interkultureller Koexistenz bei Jürgen Habermas und Eilert Herms
(Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming)

Rethinking Rawls and Habermas: New Paradigms of Judgment and Justification
Political Theory vol. 43 no. 1 (2015), pp. 144-152

Das Dilemma der supranationalen Demokratie
Leviathan vol. 43 no. 1 (2015)

Religion und Toleranz von der Aufklärung bis zum postsäkularen Zeitalter: Bayle, Kant und Habermas
Postsäkularismus, ed. by Matthias Lutz-Bachmann (Campus Verlag, 2015), pp. 97-134.

A Difference in Kind? Jürgen Habermas and Charles Taylor on Post-secularism
The European Legacy vol. 20 no. 2 (2015), pp. 120-135

Jürgen Habermas im Gespräch mit Joseph Ratzinger
Aufklärung und Kritik vol. 52 no. 1 (2015)

Political Power and its Pathologies: An Attempt to Reconsider Habermas's Critical Theory of Democracy
Constellations, forthcoming.

Judgment and Imagination in Habermas's Theory of Law
Philosophy & Social Criticism, forthcoming.

Discourse Theory's Sociological Claim
Philosophy & Social Criticism, forthcoming.

Habermas and the Aporia of Translating Religion in Democracy
European Journal of Social Theory, forthcoming.

The Latent Cognitive Sociology in Habermas
Philosophy & Social Criticism vol. 41 no. 3 (2015) pp. 273-291

The Limits of Learning: Habermas' Social Theory and Religion
European Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming.

The Frankfurt School and the Young Habermas
Journal of Classical Sociology vol. 15 no. 2 (2015), pp. 191-208

The Positivist Dispute in German Sociology: A Scientific or a Political Controversy?
Journal of Classical Sociology vol. 15 no. 2 (2015), pp. 154-169

Über die unüberwundenen Begründungsdefizite der „Kritischen Theorie“. Von Habermas zu Forst
Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialtheorie und Philosophie vol. 2, no. 1 (2015), pp. 67-100.

Autonomy, Natality and Freedom: A Liberal Re-examination of Habermas in the Enhancement Debate
Bioethics vol. 29 no. 3 (2015) pp. 145-152 

An Empirically Informed Critique of Habermas's Argument from Human Nature
Science and Engineering Ethics vol. 21 no. 1 (2015), pp.95-113 

The Co-originality of Human Rights and Democracy in an International Order
International Theory vol. 7 no. 1 (2015), pp. 96-124

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights

Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights

Ed. by Rowan Cruft, S. Matthew Liao, and Massimo Renzo

(Oxford University Press, 2015)

720 pages

Contents [preview]

Introduction - Rowan Cruft, S. Matthew Liao & Massimo Renzo 

Part I. Human Rights' Foundations

1. On the Foundations of Human Rights - John Tasioulas 
2. Response to John Tasioulas - Onora O'Neill
3. Human Rights as Fundamental Conditions for a Good Life - S. Matthew Liao 
4. From a Good Life to Human Rights - Rowan Cruft
5. Is Dignity the Foundation of Human Rights? - Jeremy Waldron
6. Human Rights, Natural Rights, and Human Dignity - A. John Simmons
7. Personal Deserts and Human Rights - James W. Nickel
8. Can Moral Desert Qualify or Justify Human Rights? - Zofia Stemplowska 
9. A Social Ontology of Human Rights - Carol Gould 
10. Human Rights, Human Dignity, and Power - Pablo Gilabert 

Part II. Human Rights in Law and Politics

11. Human Rights in the Emerging World Order - Joseph Raz 
12. Joseph Raz on Human Rights: A Critical Appraisal - David Miller 
13. Why International Legal Human Rights? -  Allen Buchanan
14. Human Rights Pragmatism and Human Dignity - David Luban
15. Human Rights and Constitutional Law - Samantha Besson 
16. Specifying Human Rights - Saladin Meckled-Garcia 
17. Rescuing Proportionality - George Letsas 
18. Rescuing Human Rights from Proportionality - Guglielmo Verdirame 

Part III. Canonical and Contested Human Rights

19. Free Speech as an Inverted Right and Democratic Persuasion - Corey Brettschneider 
20. Free Speech and "Democratic Persuasion" - Larry Alexander 
21. Religious Freedom in a Secular World - Lorenzo Zucca 
22. Religious Liberty Conceived as a Human Right - Robert Audi
23. The Right to Security - Liora Lazarus
24. Rights and Security for Human Rights Sceptics - Victor Tadros 
25. Self Determination and the Human Right to Democracy - Thomas Christiano 
26. A Human Right to Democracy? - Fabienne Peter
27. The Content of the Human Right to Health - Jonathan Wolff
28. Do We have a Human Right to the Political Determinants of Health? - Kimberley Brownlee
29. A Moral Inconsistency Argument for a Basic Human Right to Subsistence - Elizabeth Ashford
30. The Force of Subsistence Rights - Charles R. Beitz

Part IV. Human Rights: Concerns and Alternatives

31. The Relativity and Ethnocentricity of Human Rights - James Griffin
32. Human Needs, Human Rights - Massimo Renzo
33. Liberty Rights and the Limits of Liberal Democracy - Jiwei Ci
34. Human Rights without the Human Good? - Simon Hope
35. Care and Human Rights - Virginia Held
36. Care and Human Rights: A Reply to Virginia Held - Susan Mendus
37. Human Rights in Kantian Mode: A Sketch - Katrin Flikschuh 
38. Why there Cannot Be A Truly Kantian Theory of Human Rights - Andrea Sangiovanni

Saturday, May 09, 2015

Kantian Themes from the Philosophy of Thomas E. Hill

Reason, Value, and Respect
Kantian Themes from the Philosophy of Thomas E. Hill, Jr.

Ed. by Mark Timmons and Robert N. Johnson

(Cambridge University Press, 2015)

336 pages

Contents [preview]


I. Respect and Self-Respect

1. Servility and Self-Respect - Bernard Boxill & Jan Boxill
2. Humility, Arrogance, and Self-Respect in Kant and Hill - Robin S. Dillon 
3. Respect as Honor and as Accountability - Stephen Darwall

II. Practical Reason

4. Hypothetical Imperatives - Mark Schroeder 
5. More Right than Wrong - Jonathan Dancy
6. Autonomy and Public Reason in Kant - Onora O'Neill

III. Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy

7. Private and Public Conscience [pdf] - Gerald Gaus
8. Kant on Three Defenses in the Law of Homicide - Jeffrie G. Murphy
9. Virtue, Repugnance, and Deontology - Matt Zwolinski & David Schmidtz 
10. But What About the Animals? [pdf] - Cheshire Calhoun 

IV. Kant's Ethics

11. The Supererogatory and Kant's Imperfect Duties - Marcia Baron 
12. Did Kant Hold that Rational Volition is Sub Ratione Boni? [pdf] - Andrews Reath 
13. Kantian Complicity - Julia Driver

V. Conclusion

14. Looking Back: Main Themes and Appreciation - Thomas E. Hill, Jr.

Mark Timmons is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. He is the author of "Morality without Foundations" (Oxford University Press, 1999) and co-editor (with Sorin Baiasu) of "Kant on Practical Justification" (Oxford University Press, 2013).

Robert Johnson is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri, Columbia. He is the author of "Self-Improvement. An Essay in Kantian Ethics" (Oxford University Press, 2011)