• Societas Ethica’s Annual Conference 2016: Ethics and Law, Evangelische Akademie. Bad Boll, Germany, August 17-21, 2016
    Vol. 7 (2016)

    These proceedings from the 2016 Societas Ethica annual conference follows the format of the 2015 proceedings. It contains three parts: (1) the welcome and thematic introduction from Dr. Hille Haker, the president of the Societas Ethica, (2) the keynote

    Editor: Silas Morgan

    Series: Linköping University Electronic Press Workshop and Conference Collection, 7 (2016)
    121 pages

  • Societas Ethica’s Annual Conference 2015: Globalisation and Global Justice, August 20-23, Linköping, Sweden
    Vol. 6 (2015)

    The proceedings from the Societas Ethica’s annual conference 2015 looks different than previous years. We do not publish the full papers this year. The reason for this change is that less and less papers have been submitted the last years due to the fact that most academic journals are hesitant to publish articles that already have been published in conference proceedings. So, in order to be able to mirror the conferences, the board of Societas Ethica decided that it is better that the conference proceedings contain the paper abstracts.
    The proceedings contain three parts; first, the thematic introduction by the President, then the key note speeches and the responses to the key notes and finally, the conference paper abstracts.

    I want to thank all who contributed to the conference proceedings. Thank you key note speakers and respondents for your willingness to share your contributions and thank you paper presenters for letting us publish your abstracts!

    Linköping in October 2015

    Editor: Göran Collste, President of Societas Ethica 2011-2015.

    Series: Linköping University Electronic Press Workshop and Conference Collection, 6 (2015)
    162 pages



    Welcome address and thematic introduction
    Göran Collste, President of Societas Ethica

    Rethinking Social Justices for a Global World
    Jan Aart Scholte

    Global Responsibility and the Enhancement of Life
    William Schweiker

    Response to W. Schweiker: Global Responsibility and the enhancement of life
    Hille Haker

    Does Global Justice Require More than Just Global Institutions?
    Kok Chor Tan

    Response to Kok-Chor Tan’s presentation
    Nigel Dower

    Structural injustice and the irrelevance of attachment
    Lea Ypi

    Comments on ”Structural Injustice and the Irrelevance of Attachment”
    Marcus Agnafors

    The Art of Global Solidarity
    Anna Abram

    Weltethos für die globalisierte Welt
    Erwin Bader

    Catholicism and Cosmopolitanism: The Symmetry of Three Catholic Scholars and the Cosmopolitan Democrats Regarding Nation-State Sovereignty
    Matthew Bagot

    Mobile Borders and ‘Trust‘ in Technology
    Maren Behrensen

    Extraordinary Rendition and Ethical Complicity in a Globalised World
    Ross W. Bellaby

    Reframing Governance of Global Finance Through Cosmopolitan Ethics
    Marin Beroš, Ivo Pilar (co-authored with Marta Božina Beroš)

    The Paradox of Demos Constitution: Is there a Solution Within the Democratic Theory?
    Zlata Bozac

    Heideggerian Virtue Ethics as a Global Ethics
    Waldemar Brys

    Women Migration & the Problem of Left-behind: A Socio-ethical Perspective
    Madhuchhanda Bhattacharyya Chatterjee

    Is Rectification for Colonial Wrongs Reasonable? The Case of the Caribbean
    Göran Collste

    Globalization and Responsibility for Human Rights
    Andries De Smet

    Global Justice and the Legitimacy of TRIPS ‘Plus’ Agreements
    Lisa Diependaele

    What Makes FairTrade Fair?
    Nigel Dower

    Global Ethics and Communication
    Jenny Ehnberg

    Action Guidance in Theorizing Global Justice: Social Contract vs. Social Choice Approach ...
    Ali Emre Benli

    The Ethics of Monetary Incentives for Refugee Repatriation
    Mollie Gerver

    The Ethics of Albert Schweitzer as an Inspiration for the Global Ethics
    Roman Globokar

    Global Justice and Administrative Law
    Kevin W. Gray

    Global Justice in Lutheran Political Theology
    Carl-Henric Grenholm

    Mehr haben und mehr wollen: Eine gerechtigkeitsethische Auseinandersetzung mit den Annahmen über die Tätigkeiten von Wohlhabenden
    Andrea Günter

    Disobedience in the Theory of International Society: Ethics and Security
    Ronnie Hjorth

    Trafficking of Human Beings for the Purpose of Organ Removal
    Jan Jans

    Can You Know Justice Without Knowing Specific Facts? An Epistemic Criticism of Rawls’ Veil of Ignorance
    Tulsa Jansson

    Right Claims in Public Critique Against the Expulsion of Asylum Seeking Children
    Jonathan Josefsson

    Realizing Global Justice: Reconciling Rawlsian and Nozickian views of Justice
    Dickson Kanakulya

    Two Incompatible Doctrines of Sufficiency
    Philipp Kanschik

    Globale Gerechtigkeit aus einer finanzethischen Perspektive
    Peter G. Kirchschläger

    Global Waste Management and the Responsibility of Global Corporations
    George Kodimattam Joseph

    The Borders of Egalitarian Justice
    Sebastian Lagunas Rosén

    Enjeux internationaux et éthiques de la crise Ebola, gestion systémique: Un exemple de questionnement éthique complexe
    Virginie Lecourt

    Do I Need to Identify Myself With the Whole of Humanity in Order to Feel Solidarity on a Global Level?
    Nina Lehtola

    Ethik der Globalökonomie : Diagnose einer Krise
    Ralf Lüfter

    Objectification and Rectification
    Antonina Matundura

    How Justice Works? A Model in the Confucian Ethics
    Li Maosen

    Preservation of Threatened Species as a Global Ethical Challenge
    Anders Melin

    “I Have to Remain Here”, Dignity in the End of Life
    Sofia Morberg Jämterud

    Human Dignity and Protection of Rights: A Case Against Legalistic Reductionism
    Elena Namli

    International Proxy Agency: A New Framework for Ethical Analysis of Peacebuilding Processes
    Johanna Ohlsson

    Irregular Migration: A Sign of our Globalized Times
    Elin Palm

    Countering Contemporary Racism: The Essential Ethical Dimension of Human Rights
    Madelene Persson

    Nationalism, Complex Belongings and Cosmopolitan Encounters in the Australian Context
    Stefanie Plage & Indigo Willing (co-authored with Ian Woodward& Zlatko Skrbiš)

    Talents in the Service of Justice? Capabilities, Compliance, and Responsible Ownership
    Ville Päivänsalo

    Political Virtues and Recreational Vices: The Impact of International Drug Traffic on the Democratic Institutional Ordering of Vulnerable Societies
    Hector David Rojas

    Human Rights as ius cosmopoliticum
    João Cardoso Rosas

    Responsibility to Protect: From the Perspective of Applied Ethics
    Naveed Sattar

    The Challenge of Feeding a Hungry World: The UN Global Compact and Catholic Social Teaching in Dialogue
    Angela Senander

    Aesthetic Reflexivity: A Way Toward Ethics and Global Community
    Luca Serafini

    Bringing the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ Home: General and Special Responsibilities to Protect Refugees Fleeing Mass Atrocities
    James Souter

    A Social Constructivist Account of Bestowed Moral Equality
    Per Sundman

    Le commerce international fournit-il une raison de mondialiser la justice sociale? Trois modèles
    Mathilde Unger

    Distributive Goals in Climate Justice: Equality, Priority, or Sufficiency
    Makoto Usami

    To Care For Justice: Care Ethics as a Link Between Moral Philosophy and Theology in the Global Duties Debate
    Ellen van Stichel

    ‘Greening Islam’: Religious Metanarratives and Practices of Sustainability
    Donatella Vincenti

    Towards Cosmopolitan Democracy: Reconceptualizing Cosmopolitan Citizenship from an Anarchist Lens
    Sean M. P. Wilson

    What is Human Right to Mobility? Interests, Prospects, and Limitations
    Yusuf Yuksekdag