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Fred Dallmayr

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780813141916

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813141916.001.0001

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Befriending the Stranger

Befriending the Stranger

Beyond the Global Politics of Fear

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(p.86) 6. Befriending the Stranger
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Being in the World
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Fred Dallmayr

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University Press of Kentucky
DOI:10.5810/kentucky/9780813141916.003.0007

In chapter six, Dallmayr attempts to outline the role and relevance of ethics in international politics. Dallmayr explores the views of three leading philosophers-Richard Shapcott, Anthony Black, and Richard Beardsworth. The chapter includes Dallmayr’s own thoughts of hermeneutics, dialogue, comparative theorizing, and cosmopolitanism. Dallmayr also provides examples of historical antecedents of contemporary globalization when illustrating his thoughts on the topics in the chapter. The chapter continues with an exploration of the ethical-political struggle in today’s society. It concludes with a discussion of political realism and the consequences of moral politics. Dallmayr asserts that the human aspect of morality is missing from the relationship between ethics and politics.

Keywords:   Ethics, International politics, Cosmopolitanism, Morality, Humanity, Politics

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