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Simon Caney
Simon Caney
Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
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Justice beyond borders: A global political theory
S Caney
Oxford University Press, USA, 2005
19722005
Cosmopolitan justice, responsibility, and global climate change
S Caney
Leiden journal of international law 18 (4), 747-775, 2005
9252005
Climate ethics: essential readings
S Gardiner
Oxford University Press, 2010
5412010
Climate change and the duties of the advantaged
S Caney
Intergenerational Justice, 321-346, 2017
5162017
Two kinds of climate justice: avoiding harm and sharing burdens
S Caney
Journal of Political Philosophy 22 (2), 125-149, 2014
3292014
Just Emissions
S Caney
Philosophy & Public Affairs 40 (4), 255-300, 2012
3212012
Justice and the distribution of greenhouse gas emissions
S Caney
Journal of global ethics 5 (2), 125-146, 2009
3102009
International distributive justice
S Caney
Political Studies 49 (5), 974-997, 2001
2892001
Cosmopolitan justice and equalizing opportunities
S Caney
Metaphilosophy 32 (1‐2), 113-134, 2001
2842001
Liberalism and communitarianism: a misconceived debate
S Caney
Political Studies 40 (2), 273-289, 1992
2611992
Cosmopolitanism and the Law of Peoples.
S Caney
Journal of Political Philosophy 10 (1), 2002
2362002
Human rights, climate change, and discounting
S Caney
Environmental politics 17 (4), 536-555, 2008
2182008
Environmental degradation, reparations, and the moral significance of history.
S Caney
Journal of social philosophy 37 (3), 2006
2062006
Climate change and the future: Discounting for time, wealth, and risk
S Caney
Journal of social philosophy 40 (2), 163-186, 2009
1812009
Cosmopolitan Justice, Rights and Global Climate Change
S Caney
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, 2006
1812006
Global distributive justice and the state
S Caney
Political Studies 56 (3), 487-518, 2008
1392008
Climate change, intergenerational equity and the social discount rate
S Caney
Politics, Philosophy & Economics 13 (4), 320-342, 2014
1372014
Carbon trading: unethical, unjust and ineffective?
S Caney, C Hepburn
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement 69 (1), 201-234, 2011
1372011
Human rights, responsibilities, and climate change
S Caney
Environmental Rights, 117-137, 2017
1172017
Markets, morality and climate change: What, if anything, is wrong with emissions trading?
S Caney
New Political Economy 15 (2), 197-224, 2010
1152010
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