Category: Ethics – Ethics and Globalization


Conceptual Reality: National Identity as Part of Ethical History

This paper explores the concept of national identity as ‘acceptable reality’ from three different perspectives: the individual, the society as a whole, and the international community. The national identity and the process of its formation have been a hot topic in various areas of social sciences for many years. However, most of academic research on


Moral Agency in Global Practices of Responsibility: Assessing UN Humanitarian Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI)

The concept of moral responsibility has been increasingly deployed in world politics. International community invokes doctrines such as the Responsibility to Protective (R2P) and International Criminal Court (ICC)’s legal decisions to hold political actors accountable to universal obligations. While the subject has become of prominent interest among political philosophers, insufficient attention has been directed towards