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Population and political theory

Population and Political Theory brings together current thinking on issues at the intersection of population policy and political theory. Topics explored include population size, immigration and refugees, intergenerational justice, population characteristics and shaping children, ageing, and caring labour.
Print Book, English, 2010
Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, U.K., 2010
x, 317 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9781444330380, 1444330381
Machine generated contents note: Introduction. Population and Political Theory / Robert E. Goodin / James S. Fishkin
1. Population and Ethics: Expanding the Moral Space / Sissela Bok
2. Should We Value Population? / John Broome
3. Regarding Optimum Population / Partha Dasgupta
4. On Doing the Best for Our Children / Derek Parfit
5. Shaping Future Children: Parental Rights and Societal Interests / Dan W. Brock
6. On Future Generations' Future Rights / Axel Gosseries
7. Justice between Adjacent Generations: Further Thoughts / Norman Daniels
8. Generations at War or Sustainable Social Policy in Ageing Societies? / Thomas Lindh / Bo Malmberg / Joakim Palme
9. Dependency, Difference, and the Global Ethic of Longterrn Care / Bruce Jennings / Eva Feder Kittay / Angela A. Wasunna
10. Live-in Domestics, Seasonal Workers, and Others Hard to Locate on the Map of Democracy / Joseph H. Carens
11. Immigrants, Nations, and Citizenship / David Miller. Note continued: 12. Justice in Migration: A Closed Borders Utopia? / Lea Ypi
13. The Ethics of Refugee Policy / Peter Singer / Renata Singer