Bibliografía sobre las teorías éticas y los animales no humanos

Diferentes teorías éticas

Alexander, L. & Sherwin, E. (2001) The rule of rules: Morality, rules and the dilemmas of Law, Durham: Duke University Press.

Anscombe, G. E. M. (1958) “Modern moral philosophy”, Philosophy, 33, pp. 1-19.

Bennett, J. (1981) “Morality and consequences”, en McMurrin, S. (ed.) The Tanner lectures on human values, 2, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bentham, J. (1907) Introduction to the principles of moral and legislation, Oxford: Clarendon [accessed on 26 December 2013].

Brook, R. (2007) “Deontology, paradox, and moral evil”, Social Theory and Practice, 33, pp. 431-440.

Gert, B. (1970) The moral rules: A new rational foundation for morality, New York: Harper & Row.

Harsanyi, J. (1973) Can the maximin principle serve as a basis for morality?: A critique of John Rawls’s theory, Berkeley: Center for Research in Management Science.

Hooker, B. (2000) Ideal code, real world: A rule-consequentialist view of morality, Oxford: Clarendon.

Hursthouse, R. (1999) On virtue ethics, Oxford: Clarendon.

Kagan, S. (1989) The limits of morality, Oxford: Clarendon.

Kamm, F. M. (1996) Morality, mortality: Volume II: Rights, duties, and status, New York: Oxford University Press.

Kamm, F. M. (2007) Intricate ethics: Rights, responsibilities, and permissible harms, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Korsgaard, C. (1996) Creating the kingdom of ends, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

MacIntyre, A. (1981) After virtue, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press.

Mill, J. S. (1879) Utilitarianism, 7th ed., London: Longmans, Green, and Co. [accessed on 14 February 2012].

Mulgan, T. (2001) The demands of consequentialism, Oxford: Clarendon.

Nagel, T. (1986) The view from nowhere, New York: Oxford University Press.

Pettit, P. (ed.) (1993) Consequentialism, Aldershot: Dartmouth.

Rachels, J. (1975) “Active and passive euthanasia”, New England Journal of Medicine, 292, pp. 78-80.

Rawls, J. (1999 [1971]) A theory of justice, rev. ed., Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Raz, J. (1979) The authority of Law: Essays on law and morality, Oxford: Clarendon.

Sen, A. K. & Williams, B. A. O. (eds.) (1982) Utilitarianism and beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sidgwick, H. (1996) The methods of ethics, 7th ed., Bristol: Thoemmes Press.

Singer, P. (ed.) (1991) Companion to ethics, Oxford: Blackwell.

Slote, M. (1984) “Satisficing consequentialism”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 58, pp. 139-163.

Slote, M. (1985) Common-sense morality and consequentialism, London: Routledge.

Smart, J. J. C. & Williams, Bernard A. O. (1973) Utilitarianism: For and against, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Taurek, J. M. (1977) “Should the numbers count?”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 6, pp. 293-316.

Thomson, J. J. (1976) “Killing, letting die, and the trolley problem”, The Monist, 59, pp. 204-217.

Thomson, J. J. (1985) “The trolley problem”, Yale Law Journal, 94, pp. 1395-1415.

Unger, P. (1996) Living high and letting die, New York: Oxford University Press.

Igualitarismo

Arneson, R. J. (1989) “Equality and equal opportunity for welfare”, Philosophical Studies, 56, pp. 77-93.

Arneson, R. J. (1999) “What, if anything, renders all humans morally equal”, en Jamieson, D. (ed.) Singer and His Critics, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 103-128.

Berlin, I. (1955-1956) “Equality”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 56, pp. 301-326.

Casal, P. (2006) “Why sufficiency is not enough”, Ethics, 116, pp. 296-326.

Cohen, G. A. (1989) “On the currency of egalitarian justice”, Ethics, 99, pp. 906-944.

Crisp, R. (2003) “Equality, priority, and compassion”, Ethics, 113, pp. 745-763.

Dworkin, R. (1981a) “What is equality? Part 1: Equality of welfare”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10, pp. 228-240.

Dworkin, R. (1981b) “What is equality? Part 2: Equality of resources”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10, pp. 283-345.

Faria, C. (2016 [2014]) “Igualdad, prioridad y animales no humanos”, en Gaitán, Á. & Darío, I. (comp.) La cuestión animal(ista), Bogotá: Desde Abajo, pp. 327-340 [referencia: 29 de octubre de 2016].

Gompertz, L. (1997 [1824]) Moral inquiries on the situation of man and of brutes, London: Open Gate.

Holtug, N. (2006) “Prioritarianism”, en Holtug, N. & Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (eds.) Egalitarianism: New essays on the nature and value of equality, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 125-156.

Holtug, N. (2007) “Equality for animals”, en Ryberg, J.; Petersen, T. S. & Wolf, C. (eds.) New waves in applied ethics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-24.

Holtug, N. & Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (2006) “An introduction to contemporary egalitarianism”, en Holtug, N. & Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (eds.) Egalitarianism: New essays on the nature and value of equality, op. cit., pp. 1-37.

Horta, O. (2016) “Egalitarianism and animals”, Between the Species, 19, pp. 109-145 [referencia: 20 de agosto de 2016].

Gompertz, L. (1997 [1824]) Moral inquiries on the situation of man and of brutes, London: Open Gate.

McKerlie, D. (1994) “Equality and priority”, Utilitas, 6, pp. 25-42.

McMahan, J. (1996) “Cognitive disability, misfortune, and justice”, Philosophy and Public Affairs , 25, pp. 3-35.

Parfit, D. (1995) Equality or priority, Kansas: University of Kansas.

Persson, I. (1998 [1993]) “Una base para la igualdad (interespecífica)”, en Cavalieri, P. & Singer, P. (eds.) El Proyecto Gran Simio: la igualdad más allá de la humanidad, Madrid: Trotta, pp. 230-242.

Persson, I. (2007) “A defence of extreme egalitarianism”, en Holtug, N. & Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (eds.) Egalitarianism: New essays on the nature and value of equality, op. cit., pp. 83-97.

Raz, J. (1986) The morality of freedom, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Temkin, L. (1993) Inequality, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Temkin, L. (2003) “Equality, priority or what?”, Economics and Philosophy, 19, pp. 61-87.

Vallentyne, P. (2005) “Of mice and men: Equality and animals”, Journal of Ethics, 9, pp. 403-433.

 

Utilitarismo

Bentham, J. (1996 [1781]) Introduction to the principles of moral and legislation, Oxford: Clarendon Press, p. 282n.

Brandt, R. (1992) Morality, utilitarianism, and rights, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brink, D. (1986) “Utilitarian morality and the personal point of view”, Journal of Philosophy, 83, pp. 417-438.

Darwall, S. (ed.) (2003) Consequentialism, Oxford: Blackwell.

Feldman, F. (1986) Doing the best we can, Boston: D. Reidel.

Feldman, F. (1997) Utilitarianism, hedonism, and desert, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Frey, R. G. (ed.) (1984) Utility and rights, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Geach, P. (1956) “Good and evil”, Analysis, 17 (2), pp. 33-42.

Goodin, R. E. (1995) Utilitarianism as a public philosophy, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Griffin, J. (1986) Well-being, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Hare, R. M. (1977 [1963]) Freedom and reason, London: Oxford University Press.

Hare, R. M. (1982) Moral thinking: Its levels, methods and point, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

de Lazari-Radek, K. & Singer, P. (1965) The point of view of the universe: Sidgwick and contemporary ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lyons, D. (1965) Forms and limits of utilitarianism, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Matheny, G. (2002) “Expected utility, contributory causation, and vegetarianism”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 19, pp. 293-297.

Matheny, G. (2006) “Utilitarianism and animals”, en Singer, P. (ed.) In defense of animals: The second wave, Malden: Blackwell, pp. 13-25.

Mill, J. S. (1969) Whewell on moral philosophy, en Collected works, vol. X, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, pp. 165-201.

Scarre, G. (1996) Utilitarianism, London: Routledge.

Scheffler, S. (1982) The rejection of consequentialism, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Scheffler, S. (ed.) (1988) Consequentialism and its critics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sen, A. & Williams, B. (eds.) (1982) Utilitarianism and beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sen, A. (1979) “Utilitarianism and welfarism”, Journal of Philosophy, 76, pp. 463-489.

Sidgwick, H. (1907 [1874]) The methods of ethics, 7th ed., London: Macmillan, p. 414.

Singer, P. (2009 [1979]) Ética práctica, Tres Cantos: Akal.

Skorupski, J. (1995) “Agent-neutrality, consequentialism, utilitarianism… A terminological note”, Utilitas, 7, pp. 49-54.

Skorupski, J. (1999) Ethical explorations, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Smart, J. J. C. (1956) “Extreme and restricted utilitarianism”, The Philosophical Quarterly, 6, pp. 344-354.

Smart, J. J. C. (1973) “An outline of a system of utilitarian ethics”, en Smart, J. J. C. & Williams, B. Utilitarianism: For and against, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 3-74.

Smart, R. N. (1958) “Negative utilitarianism”, Mind, 67, 542-543.

Tännsjö, T. (1998) Hedonistic utilitarianism, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

 

Consecualismo negativo

Acton, H. B. & Watkins, J. W. N. (1963) “Symposium: Negative utilitarianism”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volumes, 37, pp. 83-114.

Benatar, D. (2006) Better never to have been: The harm of coming into existence, New York: Oxford University Press.

Chao, C. (2012) “Negative average preference utilitarianism”, Journal of Philosophy of Life, pp. 55-66.

Contestabile, B. (2013 [2005]) “Negative utilitarianism and justice”, Philosophy as Therapy [accessed on 11 June 2016].

Gloor, L. (2017) “Tranquilism”, foundational-research.org, July [accessed on 21 August 2017].

Gloor, L. & Mannino, A. (2016) “The case for suffering-focused ethics”, foundational-research.org, August [accessed on 15 July 2017].

Goodman, C. (2009) Consequences of compassion: An interpretation and defense of buddhist ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Griffin, J. (1979) “Is unhappiness morally more important than happiness?”, The Philosophical Quarterly, 29 (114), pp. 47-55.

Keown, D. (2005) Buddhist ethics: A very short introduction, Oxford: Blackwell.

Mayerfeld, J. (1996) “The moral asymmetry of happiness and suffering”, The Southern Journal of Philosophy, 34, pp. 317-338.

Mayerfeld, J. (2002) Suffering and moral responsibility, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Pearce, D. (2010) “Why be negative?”, The Hedonistic Imperative [accessed on 16 October 2012].

Pearce, D. (2017) Can biotechnology abolish suffering?, North Carolina: The Neuroethics Foundation.

Rowlands, M. (2009 [1998]) Animal rights: Moral, theory and practice, 2nd ed., New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Sikora, R. I. (1976) “Negative utilitarianism: Not dead yet”, Mind, 85, pp. 587-588.

Smart, R. N. (1958) “Negative utilitarianism”, Mind, 67, pp. 542-543.

Tomasik, B. (2013) “Three types of negative utilitarianism”, Reducing Suffering [accessed on 5 February 2017].

Tranöy, K. E. (1967) “Asymmetries in ethics: On the structure of a general theory of ethics”, Inquiry, 10, pp. 351-372.

 

Contractualismo

Arneson, R. (2002) “The end of welfare as we know it? Scanlon versus welfarist consequentialism”, Social Theory and Practice, 28, pp. 315-336.

Barry, B. (1989) Theories of justice, Berkeley: University of California Press.

Carruthers, P. (2003 [1992]) La cuestión de los animales: teoría de la moral aplicada, Madrid: Akal.

Dworkin, G. (2002) “Contractualism and the normativity of principles”, Ethics, 112, pp. 471-482.

Gauthier, D. (1986) Morals by agreement, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gauthier, D. (1990) Moral dealing: Contract, ethics, and reason, Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Hobbes, T. (2008 [1651]) Leviatán o la materia, forma y poder de un estado eclesiástico y civil, Madrid: Alianza.

Norcross, A. (2002) “Contractualism and aggregation”, Social Theory and Practice, 28, pp. 303-314.

Pateman, C. (2013 [1989]) El contrato sexual contract, Barcelona: Anthropos.

Pettit, P. (2000) “A consequentialist perspective on contractualism”, Theoria, 66, pp. 228-236.

Rawls, J. (2004 [1993]) El liberalismo político, Barcelona: Crítica.

Rawls, J. (1997 [1971]) Teoría de la justicia, 2a ed., Madrid: Fondo de Cultura Económica de España.

Reibetanz, S. (1998) “Contractualism and aggregation”, Ethics, 108, pp. 296-311.

Rowlands, M. (2009 [1998]) Animal rights: Moral, theory and practice, 2nd ed., New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Scanlon, T. (1998) What we owe to each other, Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Scanlon, T. M. (2000) “A contractualist reply”, Theoria, 66, pp. 237-245.

Vallentyne, P. (ed.) (1991) Contractarianism and rational choice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

VanDeVeer, D. (1979) “On beasts, persons and the original position”, The Monist, 62, pp. 368-377.

Wenar, L. (2003) “What we owe to distant others”, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 2, pp. 283-304.

 

Ética de la virtud y ética del cuidado

Adams, C. J. & Donovan, J. (eds.) (1999) Animals & women: Feminist theoretical explorations, Durham: Duke University Press.

Adams, C. J. & Donovan, J. (eds.) (2007) The feminist care tradition in animal ethics: A reader, New York: Columbia University Press.

Adams, R. M. (2006) A theory of virtue, New York: Oxford University Press.

Annas, J. (1993) The morality of happiness, New York: Oxford University Press.

Annas, J. (2011) Intelligent virtue, New York: Oxford University Press.

Anscombe, G. E. M. (1958) “Modern moral philosophy”, Philosophy, 33, pp. 1-19.

Clark, S. R. L. (1984 [1977]) The moral status of animals, 2nd ed., Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Clement, G. (2003) “The ethic of care and the problem of wild animals”, Between the Species, 13 (3) [accessed on 6 January 2013].

Crisp, R. (ed.) (1996) How should one live?, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Crisp, R. & Slote, M. (eds.) (1997) Virtue ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dent, N. J. H. (1984) The moral psychology of the virtues, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dombrowski, D. A. (1984) Vegetarianism: The philosophy behind the ethical diet, London: Thorsons.

Donovan, J. (2006) “Feminism and the treatment of animals: From care to dialogue”, Signs, 31, pp. 305-329.

Donovan, J. & Adams, C. J. (eds.) (2000) Beyond animal rights: A feminist caring ethic for the treatment of animals, London: Continuum.

Gardiner, S. (ed.) (2005) Virtue ethics, old and new, Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Gilligan, C. (1982) In a different voice: Psychological theory and women’s development, Cambridge Harvard University Press.

Held, V. (2006) The ethics of care: Personal, political, and global, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Horta, O. (2009) “El neoaristotelismo y la consideración moral de los animales no humanos”, Devenires: Revista de Filosofía y Filosofía de la Cultura, 19, pp. 43-68 [referencia: 12 de mayo de 2014].

Hudson, S. (1986) Human character and morality, Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Hursthouse, R. (2000) Ethics, humans, and other animals: An introduction with readings, New York: Routledge.

Hursthouse, R. (2001) On virtue ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kuhse, H. (1997) Caring: Nurses, women and ethics, Oxford: Blackwell.

MacIntyre, A. (1985) After virtue, 2nd ed., London: Duckworth.

MacIntyre, A. (1999) Dependent rational animals, Chicago: Open Court.

Nobis, N. (2002) “Vegetarianism and virtue: Does consequentialism demand too little?”, Social Theory and Practice, 28, pp. 135-156.

Noddings, N. (1984) Caring: A feminine approach to ethics and moral education, Berkeley: University of California Press.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2007 [2006]) Las fronteras de la justicia: consideraciones sobre la exclusión, Barcelona: Paidós Ibérica.

Panagiotarakou, E. (2016) “Who loves mosquitoes? Care ethics, theory of obligation and endangered species”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 29, pp. 1057-1070.

Pettigrove, G. (2011) “Is virtue ethics self-effacing?”, Journal of Ethics, 15, pp. 191-207.

Puka, B. (1991) “Interpretive experiments: Probing the care-justice debate in moral development”, Human Development, 34, pp. 61-80.

Rollin, B. (2006 [1981]) Animal rights & human morality, 3rd ed., New York: Prometheus.

Sandler, R. (2007) Character and environment: A virtue-oriented approach to environmental ethics, New York: Columbia University Press.

Slote, M. (2001) Morals from motives, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Statman, D. (ed.) (1997) Virtue ethics: A critical reader, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Swanton, C. (2003) Virtue ethics: A pluralistic view, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Torres Aldave, M. (2009) “Capacidades y derechos de los animales: argumentos a favor de la teoría de M.C. Nussbaum”, DILEMATA, 1, pp. 33-47 [referencia: 14 de marzo de 2014].

Williams, B. (1985) Ethics and the limits of philosophy, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

 

Teorías de los derechos: enfoque general

Campbell, T. (2006) Rights: A critical introduction, London: Routledge.

Edmundson, W. A. (2004) An introduction to rights, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Feinberg, J. (1970) “The nature and value of rights”, Journal of Value Inquiry, 4, pp. 243-257.

Feinberg, J. (1980) Rights, justice, and the bounds of liberty, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Holmes, S. & Sunstein, C. R. (1999) The costs of rights: Why liberty depends on taxes, New York: W. W. Norton & Company.

Ivison, D. (2007) Rights, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Kamm, F. M. (2007) Intricate ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Pettit, P. (1988) “The consequentialist can recognize rights”, Philosophical Quarterly, 38, pp. 42-55.

Rainbolt, G. W. (2006) The concept of rights, Dordrecht: Springer.

Rawls, J. (1999 [1971]) A theory of justice, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Raz, J. (1975) Practical reason and norms, London: Hutchinson.

Sen, A. (1982) “Rights and agency”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 11, pp. 3-39.

Shapiro, I. (1986) The evolution of rights in liberal theory: An essay in critical theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Shue, H. (1996) Basic rights: Subsistence, affluence, and U.S. foreign policy, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Steiner, H. (1994) An essay on rights, Oxford: Blackwell.

Sumner, L. W. (1987) The moral foundations of rights, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Thomson, J. J. (1990) The realm of rights, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Tierney, B. (2001 [1997]) The idea of natural rights: Studies on natural rights, Natural Law, and Church Law, 1150-1625, Cambridge: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.

Tushnet, M. (1984) “An essay on rights”, Texas Law Review, 62, pp. 1363-1403.

Waldron, J. (ed.) (1984) Theories of rights, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wellman, C. (1997) An approach to rights. Studies in the philosophy of Law and morals, Dordrecht: Kluwer.

 

Teorías de los derechos: diferentes posiciones

Francione, G. L. (1995) Animals, property and the Law, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Francione, G. L. (2000) Introduction to animal rights: Your child or the dog?, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Francione, G. L. (2003) “Animal rights theory and utilitarianism: Relative normative guidance”, Between the Species, 13 (3) [accessed on 14 April 2013].

Francione, G. L. (2008) Animals as persons: Essays on the abolition of animal exploitation, New York: Columbia University Press.

Francione, G. L. (2010) “Animal welfare and the moral value of nonhuman animals”, Law, Culture and the Humanities, 6, pp. 24-36.

Franklin, J. H. (2005) Animal rights and moral philosophy, New York: Columbia University Press.

Gewirth, A. (1978) Reason and morality, Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Gewirth, A. (1982) Human rights, Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Gewirth, A. (1996) The community of rights, Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Kant, I. (1964 [1785]) Groundwork of the metaphysic of morals, New York: Harper and Row, 6:442.

Kant, I. (1997) Lectures on ethics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kant, I. (2008 [1785]) Fundamentación de la metafísica de las costumbres, Madrid: Espasa.

Kant, I. (2013 [1788]) Crítica de la razón práctica, Madrid: Alianza.

Korsgaard, C. (1996) The sources of normativity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 152-153.

Korsgaard, C. (2005) “Fellow creatures: Kantian ethics and our duties to animals”, The Tanner lectures on human values, 25/26, pp. 77-110;

Pluhar, E. (1981) “Must an opponent of animal rights also be an opponent of human rights?”, Inquiry, 24, pp. 229-251.

Pluhar, E. (1995) Beyond prejudice: The moral significance of human and nonhuman animals, Durham: Duke University Press.

Rainbolt, G. W. (2006) The concept of rights, Dordrecht: Springer.

Rawls, J. (1997 [1971]) Teoría de la justicia, 2a ed., Madrid: Fondo de Cultura Económica de España.

Regan, T. (1975) “The moral basis of vegetarianism”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 5, pp. 181-214.

Regan, T. (1976) “McCloskey on why animals cannot have rights”, Philosophical Quarterly, 26, pp. 251-257.

Regan, T. (1977) “Frey on interests and animal rights”, Philosophical Quarterly, 27, pp. 335-337.

Regan, T. (1978) “Fox’s critique of animal liberation”, Ethics, 88, pp. 126-133.

Regan, T. (1980) “Utilitarianism, vegetarianism & animal rights”, Philosophy & Public Affairs, 9, pp. 305-324.

Regan, T. (1987) The struggle for animal rights, Clarks Summit: International Society for Animal Rights.

Regan, T. (2001) Defending animal rights, Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Regan, T. (2004) Jaulas vacías: el desafío de los derechos de los animales, Barcelona: Fundación Altarriba, Amigos de los Animales.

Regan, T. (2016 [1983]) En defensa de los derechos de los animales, Ciudad de México: Fondo de Cultura Económica.

Regan, T. & Singer, P. (eds.) (1989 [1976]) Animal rights and human obligations, 2nd ed., Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.

Regan, T. & VanDeVeer, D. (eds.) (1982) And justice for all, Totowa: Rowan and Littlefield.

Rollin, B. E. (2006 [1981]) Animal rights & human morality, 3rd ed., New York: Prometheus.

Rowlands, M. (2002) Animals like us, London: Verso.

Rowlands, M. (2009 [1998]) Animal rights: Moral, theory and practice, 2nd ed., New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Sumner, L. W. (1987) The moral foundations of rights, Oxford: Oxford University Press.