Special issue on Moral Conflict and Political Obligation in (Highly) Non-ideal Conditions
AIAS Fellow Kei Hiruta and Dr Allyn Fives from National University of Ireland Galway have co-edited the Res Publica Special Issue on ‘Moral Conflict and Political Obligation in (Highly) Non-ideal Conditions’.
The special issue of the journal Res Publica, entitled ‘Moral Conflict and Political Obligation in (Highly) Non-ideal Conditions’, takes up the debate on moral conflict and political obligation, and directs it towards a number of issues that are currently of particular importance.
Moral conflict is an unavoidable feature of political life. And moral conflicts arise for a number of diverse reasons and in a variety of social and political contexts. The special issue explores the moral conflicts that arise concerning our political obligations in (highly) non-ideal conditions.
Political obligation provides a reason for action, but also, under certain circumstances, it may be outweighed by other, competing considerations. The special issue advances our understanding of both the moral conflicts that arise concerning our political obligations, but also the role of political theory in their resolution.
More about the special issue
Dr Kei Hiruta, Assistant Professor, AIAS-COFUND Fellow
Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, AIAS
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