Charles Beitz


Charles Beitz

Charles R. Beitz est un philosophe, professeur de philosophie politique a l'université de Princeton. Il s'intéresse a la politique internationale, la théorie démocratique, la théorie des droits de l'homme et la loi. Il est également éditeur du journal trimestriel " Philosophy & Public Affairs. "

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Biographie

Beitz a obtenu son PhD a l'université de Princeton. À partir de 1987 jusqu'à 1988, il est chercheur pour le Programme de Sécurité Internationale a la "John F. Kennedy School of Government" de Harvard. Avant de rejoindre le département de politique de Princeton, Beitz enseigne a Swarthmore College et Bowdoin College. Pendant l'année universitaire 2007-2008, Beitz est Professeur Visitant pour le programme de Justice Globale a l'université de Stanford.


Bibliographie

Ouvrages

  • Political Theory and International Relations. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1979.
  • The Idea of Human Rights. Oxford. Oxford University Press, 2009

Articles

  • “Rawls’s Law of Peoples.” Ethics 110:4 (2000) : 669–696.
  • “Human Rights as a Common Concern.” The American Political Science Review 95:2 (2001): 269–282.
  • “What Human Rights Mean.” Daedalus, 132: 1 (2003), 36-46.
  • “Human Rights and the Law of Peoples.” In The Ethics of Assistance, morality and the distant needy, ed. Deen K. Chatterjee. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

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