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Adjudicating Socio-Economic Rights

Author: 
Daniel Butt
Publication date: 
Thu, 4 Dec 2008

A report of a workshop held in Oxford in June 2008.
Recently, the social contract has been seen as a device for identifying the moral principles that ought to govern relations both amongst the members of society, and between the members of the society and their government. There is more emphasis placed here on the positive moral principles that ought to govern the political arena.