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Review Journal of Political Philosophy Volume 8.2: Naomi Zack's Ethics for Disaster
The Review Journal of Political Philosophy publishes high-quality work in moral and political philosophy, broadly-construed. The Journal prides itself on its eclecticism, not limiting itself to any particular tradition, school of thought, or historical period. We publish articles, reviews, and discussion pieces from leading and new scholars from analytic and continental perspectives, along with articles that bridge the gap between these traditions. This volume of The Review Journal of Political Philosophy is devoted to the further exploration, elaboration, and criticism of Naomi Zack's Ethics for Disaster (Rowman and Littlefield, 2009). For those unfamiliar with the work, this volume also features an overview of the central points of the work in Naomi Zack's reply to the contributors.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-vi(6)


Zack, Race, and the Language of Disasters
pp. 1-10(10)
Author: Lawson, Bill E.


Preparation, Response, Numbers and Fairness
pp. 25-34(10)
Author: Sandin, Per


Digging Deeper into Ethics for Disaster
pp. 35-54(20)
Author: Zack, Naomi


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