Defending Associative Duties (Routledge Studies in Ethics by Jonathan Seglow

By Jonathan Seglow

This publication explores the associative tasks we owe to our kids, mom and dad, acquaintances, colleagues, affiliates and compatriots and defends a unique account which justifies such tasks throughout the cognizance of values which are produced in those several types of social relationships. Seglow engages with numerous key modern debates together with parental rights over children’s schooling, the burdens of eldercare, permissible partiality to neighbors, and international justice as opposed to compatriot duties.

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