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    Chen, Xunwu
    This paper purports to explore the nature of crimes against humanity as a unique family of crimes and how the concept of crimes against humanity embodies the spirit of our time. It argues that what makes crimes against humanity profound crimes is the . . .
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    Chen, Xunwu
    The purpose of this paper is to offer a general account of cosmopolitanism. Doing so, it explores five commitments of present cosmopolitanism, modeled after Kantian cosmopolitanism, and is championed by many philosophers including Jürgen Habermas and . . .
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    Gueye, Cheikh Mbacke
    Addressing the issue of crime against humanity requires a robust theory about personal attitude, politics, justice at home and abroad, as well as a true conception of human nature. The present paper contributes to this debate by emphasizing the import . . .
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    Chen, Xunwu
    "A SPECTER is haunting Europe", to borrow a line from Karl Marx—the specter of multiculturalism. All European societies are preoccupied with this specter. Indeed, multiculturalism is a specter not only to Europe, but also to the entire earth. From Eur . . .
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    Chen, Xunwu
    This essay is devoted to exploring global justice as duty to humanity. The essay first explores humanity as the universal substance of all humankind, indicating that if a person loses a quality, s/he is not alienated or less than himself/herself; but . . .
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    Chen, Xunwu
    Reflecting on Habermas„ non-state concept of legally constituted world community, this essay starts with two questions of global justice: (1) Beyond state-borders, what is the associative human relationship that gives rise to the obligation of justice . . .
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    Entl, Barbara
    the purpose of this essay is to develop a concept of a cosmopolitan order that facilitates both moral solidarity and ethical pluralism in the globe. Doing so, I will explore both Jürgen Habermas’ and Seyla Benhabib’s reconstruction of the Kantian cosm . . .