Humanitarian ethics : a guide to the morality of aid in war and disaster / Hugo Slim.

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Main Author: Slim, Hugo (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2015]
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Table of Contents:
  • Pt. 1. Ethical foundations
  • 1.The ethical origins of humanitarian action
  • pt. 2. The modern elaboration of humanitarian principles
  • 2. The humanitarian goal
  • Humanity and impartiality
  • 3. Political principles
  • Neutrality and Independence
  • 4. Dignity principles
  • Respect, participation and empowerment
  • 5. Stewardship principles
  • Sustainability and accountability
  • 6. What kind of ethics is humanitarian ethics?
  • pt. 3. Ethical practice in humanitarian action
  • 7. Reason and emotion
  • 8. Humanitarian deliberation
  • 9. Moral choices
  • 10. Moral responsibility
  • 11. Persistent ethical problems
  • 12. The ethical humanitarian worker.