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Solidarity and Suffering

Toward a Politics of Relationality

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Solidarity and Suffering by Douglas Sturm
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Developing a concept of justice as solidarity, this work addresses a range of urgent social issues--from the meaning of human rights and the character of corporate governance to the resolution of social conflict and the moral status of the environment.

Author Biography

Douglas Sturm is Professor Emeritus of Religion and Political Science, Bucknell University. He is also the author of Community and Alienation: Essays on Process Thought and Public Life.
Release date NZ
August 6th, 1998
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Total Illustrations: 0
Imprint
State University of New York Press
Pages
335
Dimensions
159x230x27
ISBN-13
9780791438695
Product ID
1821000

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