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Item Height: 0.5 Book Title: The Concept of Violence
Publication Year: 2019 Series: Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy Ser.
Type: Textbook Format: Trade Paperback
Language: English Publication Name: Concept of Violence
Author: Mark Vorobej Item Length: 9in.
Publisher: Routledge Item Width: 6in.
Item Weight: 14.1 Oz Number of Pages: 206 Pages

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This study focuses on conceptual questions that arise when we explore the fundamental aspects of violence. Mark Vorobej teases apart what is meant by the term 'violence,' showing that it is a surprisingly complex, unwieldy and highly contested concept. Rather than attempting to develop a fixed definition of violence, Vorobej explores the varied dimensions of the phenomenon of violence and the questions they raise, addressing the criteria of harm, agency, victimhood, instrumentality, and normativity. Vorobej uses this multifaceted understanding of violence to engage with and complicate existing approaches to the essential nature of violence: first, Vorobej explores the liberal tradition that ties violence to the intentional infliction of harm, and that grows out of a concern for protecting individual liberty or autonomy. He goes on to explore a more progressive tradition - one that is usually associated with the political left - that ties violence to the bare occurrence of harm, and that is more concerned with an equitable promotion of human welfare than with the protection of individual liberty. Finally, the book turns to a tradition that operates with a more robust normative characterization of violence as a morally flawed (or forbidden) response to the ontological fact of (human) vulnerability. This nuanced and in-depth study of the nature of violence will be especially relevant to researchers in applied ethics, peace studies and political philosophy.
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PublisherRoutledge
ISBN-100367361558
ISBN-139780367361556
eBay Product ID (ePID)4038271351
Product Key Features
AuthorMark Vorobej
Publication NameConcept of Violence
FormatTrade Paperback
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2019
SeriesRoutledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy Ser.
TypeTextbook
Number of Pages206 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9in.
Item Width6in.
Item Weight14.1 Oz
Additional Product Features
Lc Classification NumberB105.V5
Reviews"This is a masterful analysis of the debate over how violence should be understood, along with the author's justification of a far more precise and logical definition of the concept. A persuasive analysis of exceptional skill and elegance, the book should be read by everyone concerned about limiting the tragic effects of violence in our lives." -- Robert Paul Churchill, George Washington University, USA "The strength of Vorobej's proposal obviously lies in its broad scope, which is meant to capture as many heterogeneous cases of violence as possible ... [His] detailed discussion of criteria and cases does more than just introduce a definitional approach to violence by presenting fundamental theoretical and practical questions about it." -- Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Copyright Date2016
Target AudienceCollege Audience
TopicSocial, Ethics & Moral Philosophy, Political, Violence in Society
Dewey Decimal179.7
Dewey Edition23
IllustratedYes
GenreSocial Science, Philosophy

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