4 edition of Psychology and the natural law of reparation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||C. Fred Alford.|
|LC Classifications||RC489.R48 A44 2006|
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|LC Control Number||2005031158|
This chapter discusses the issue of racism and slavery in the context of natural rights and natural law. It suggests that advocates and critics of universal rights could not be lined-up into the pro- and anti-slavery camps. This is because many of those who fought for universal rights made them conditional, and Indians and blacks were deemed by many not to meet these conditions. The literature on reparation in international law tends to be specialized, narrow, and issue or context specific. General public international law textbooks and more theoretical treatises, such as Brownlie ; Shaw ; and Daillier, et al. include, in sections covering state responsibility, some reference to compensation and damages.
In this book, the author provides a historical perspective on the political philosophies of Locke and Hume, arguing that there are continuities in the development of 17th- and 18th-century political theory that have often gone unrecognized. The book begins with a detailed exposition of Grotius's and Pufendorf's modern natural law theories, focusing on their accounts of the nature of natural Author: Stephen Buckle. The natural law tradition, which takes as central to moral discussion an appeal to our common humanity, provides a sustainable and attractive approach to problems of ethics and morals. This volume presents a contemporary version of natural law ethics, one that does not rely on the authority of Aristotle or St. Thomas Aquinas, however much it is.
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"Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation seeks to invigorate the latent resonance of reparation and natural law contained within our culture and evident to us through our history.
And for that reason alone, his arguments are worthy of our consideration." - James M. Hepburn, PsycCritiquesCited by: "Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation seeks to invigorate the latent resonance of reparation and natural law contained within our culture and evident to us through our history.
And for that reason alone, his arguments are worthy of our consideration." - James M. Hepburn, PsycCritiquesAuthor: C. Fred Alford. Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation Are there universal values of right and wrong, good and bad, shared by virtually every human.
The tradition of the natural law argues that there are. Drawing on the work of psychoanalyst Melanie Klein, Alford adds an. Antigone and the natural law --Young people, relativism, and the natural law --Natural law and natural evil --Making reparation moral.
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My approach lo the natural law is inspired by an article by Henry Veatch, ''Natural Law: Dead or Alive?'' originally published in After a brief but encyclopedic review of the natural law since Saint Thomas Aquinas, whom he interprets in good Aristotelian fashion, Veatch concludes that even today those who talk about rights remain dependent on a natural law they do not acknowledge.
Are there universal values of right and wrong, good and bad, shared by virtually every human. The tradition of natural law argues that there is. Drawing on the work of psychoanalyst.
Waddington () in his early evolutionary psychology described the super-ego concept as having an adaptive advantage for the species. His book is a set of responses from theologians, philosophers, and two psychoanalysts, one of whom was Melanie Klein.
Incidentally, two other object-relations analysts wrote stridently about the super-ego concept, Adrian and Karin by: 1. Psychology and the natural law of reparation [electronic resource] / C. Fred Alford. Main author: Alford, C. Fred.
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Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation consists of four chapters, united thematically but diverging in focus and emphasis.
The second, in which Alford reports his in-depth interviews, gives us reason to believe natural law theory has at least some current cultural viability. Cambridge Core - Political Philosophy - Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation - by C. Fred Alford. Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation by C.
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Natural law is built upon the desire to make reparation for the goodness we have destroyed, or have longed to destroy. Through reparation, we earn salvation from the most hateful part of ourselves, that which would destroy what we know to be logy and the Natural Law of Reparation.
"Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation seeks to invigorate the latent resonance of reparation and natural law contained within our culture and evident to us through our history. And for that reason alone, his arguments are worthy of our consideration." - James M.
Hepburn Price: $ Natural law is built upon the desire to make reparation for the goodness we have destroyed, or have longed to destroy. Through reparation, we earn salvation from the most hateful part of ourselves, that which would destroy what we know to be good. P1: JZZ c01 CUNYB/Alford 5 Ma 2 Psychology and the Natural Law of Reparation human beings.
In other words, Kantian universalism does not avoid the appeal to natural law, no matter what clothes it wears, and that includes the celebrated attire of John Rawls ().
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Fred Alford. REPARATIONS: REPAIRING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL HARM?-v-Table 1: Some Examples of Reparations Payments* Germany $ Million Holocaust Survivors United States $1 Billion + 44 Million Acres of Land Alaska Natives Land Settlement United States $81 Million Klamaths of Oregon United States $ Million Lakota of South Dakota.
Cicero's The Republic is an impassioned plea for responsible government written just before the civil war that ended the Roman Republic in a dialogue following Plato. Drawing on Greek political theory, the work embodies the mature reflections of a Roman ex-consul on the nature of political organization, on justice in society, and on the qualities needed in a statesman.
'The term reparation was used by Melanie Klein () to indicate a psychological process, something more than the making of amends reparative gestures towards the damaged world'. In object relations theory, it represents a key part of the movement from the paranoid-schizoid position to the depressive position: 'depressive pain leads to reparative urges'.
This book reaches beyond the boundaries of law and psychology and takes a multidisciplinary approach to the question of reparation for victims of crimes against humanity. Law does not take place in a vacuum and it is important to consider the impact of the law on the psychology of the victim, as well as the legal principles by: The Handbook of Reparations Edited by Pablo De Greiff.
The most comprehensive book-length study of reparation programs currently available, including case-studies, thematic chapters, and national legislation documents; Contains contributions from an international and cross-disciplinary group of leading scholars and practitioners.Books shelved as jurisprudence: Philosophy of Law: A Very Short Introduction by Raymond Wacks, The Concept of Law by H.L.A.
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