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陈俊   社会科学文献出版社  2018-10 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-3367-8
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全球气候正义要回答的核心问题是:在温室气体排放空间有限且各方对应得多少有不同诉求的环境下,找出一组合理的道德原则来界定各自的权利和义务,并决定每个人和每个国家应得多少排放空间以及承担多少减排成本。一个正义的全球排放协议不仅要关注发达国家与发展中国家之间现有排放量上的相对差异,更要关注发达国家与发展中国家在发展程度上的更为宽泛的全球差异。全球气候治理的道德反思要为国际社会的气候谈判和气候合作,进而为任何一种可接受的全球气候协议提供道德上的依据并为之辩护。
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  • 内容提要
  • 第一章 绪论
    1. 第一节 什么是气候变化
    2. 第二节 伦理学为什么要讨论气候问题
    3. 第三节 伦理学如何讨论气候问题
  • 第二章 温室气体排放、环境安全与基本权利
    1. 第一节 个人权利为什么重要
    2. 第二节 温室气体排放权属于什么样的权利
    3. 第三节 限制奢侈排放权是否侵犯了个人权利
    4. 第四节 在善与正当之间保持必要的张力
  • 第三章 全球气候变化与道德责任
    1. 第一节 两种气候责任:减缓的和适应的
    2. 第二节 道德运气与道德责任
    3. 第三节 自主选择与道德责任
    4. 第四节 个体行为与道德责任
    5. 第五节 国家与集体责任
  • 第四章 科学不确定性、无知与气候责任
    1. 第一节 无知、过错与气候责任
    2. 第二节 科学不确定性、欺骗与气候责任
    3. 第三节 信念、动机与气候责任
    4. 第四节 科学不确定性、预防原则与气候治理
  • 第五章 全球气候治理、平等与差别原则
    1. 第一节 气候正义需要差别原则
    2. 第二节 我们有什么理由接受差别原则
    3. 第三节 气候正义:钝于禀赋,敏于抱负
  • 第六章 排放权分配、全球正义与国界
    1. 第一节 全球分配正义:是什么以及为什么
    2. 第二节 一般自然资源的分配正义
    3. 第三节 作为自然资源的温室气体排放空间
    4. 第四节 全球气候正义的平等主义主张
    5. 第五节 我们有什么理由接受全球平等主义
  • 第七章 全球气候治理与平等发展权
    1. 第一节 气候问题的三个权利维度
    2. 第二节 生存排放权的优先性
    3. 第三节 谁拥有发展权
    4. 第四节 平等发展权的道德辩护
  • 第八章 全球气候合作与政治义务
    1. 第一节 我们为什么有服从气候合作的义务
    2. 第二节 全球气候合作与相互限制的公平原则
    3. 第三节 全球气候合作与自然责任
  • 第九章 结论
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