Ethics & International Affairs Volume 9 (1995): Articles: International Deontology Defended: A Response to Russell Hardin [Abstract]

Dec 3, 1995

Donaldson argues that agreeing with Hardin to banish deontological justifications from international discussion amounts to abandoning the power of deontology to interpret political intent and to establish hard limits on political behavior. The moral language of deontology may not be sufficient for the moral interpretation of international affairs, he admits, but does turn out to be necessary.

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