Distant markets, distant harms : economic complicity and Christian ethics / Daniel K. Finn
- New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Finn, Daniel K., 1947-
- Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE Sociological Resources -- 1.Who is Responsible? Critical Realism, Market Harms, and Collective Responsibility / Douglas v. Porpora -- 2.Structural Conditioning and Personal Reflexivity: Sources of Market Complicity, Critique, and Change / Margaret S. Archer -- 3.The Morality of Action, Reflexivity, and the Relational Subject / Pierpaolo Donati -- 4.Global Warming: A Case Study in Structure, Agency, and Accountability / John A. Coleman -- pt. TWO Historical Resources -- 5.Early Christian Philanthropy as a "Marketplace" and the Moral Responsibility of Market Participants / Brian J. Matz -- 6.How a Thomistic Moral Framework Can Take Social Causality Seriously / Mary Hirschfeld -- pt. THREE Analytical Resources -- 7.Facing Forward: Feminist Analysis of Care and Agency on a Global Scale / Cristina L. H. T Traina -- 8.The African Concept of Community and Individual in the Context of the Market / Paul Appiah Himin Asante -- 9.Individuating Collective Responsibility / Albino Barrera -- pt. FOUR Implications -- 10.Social Causality and Market Complicity: Specifying the Causal Roles of Persons and Structures / Daniel K. Finn.
- This title looks at moral complicity in markets, employing resources from sociology, early Christian history, feminism, legal theory, and Catholic moral theology today. The authors explore the causal and moral responsibilities which consumers bear for the harms that markets cause to distant others.
- 9780199374212 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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