- 216 pages ; 24 cm
- Contents note continued: 3.4.Special Duties and the Right to Control: Ryan Pevnick's Associative Ownership View -- 3.5.On the Special Claims of Migrants -- 4.The Special Case of Refugees -- 4.1.What is Morally Special about Refugees? -- 4.2.What We Owe to Refugees -- 4.3.Distributing Refugees -- 4.4.The Limits of Our Duties to Admit Refugees -- pt. II Debating Immigration Policy in the Climate Context -- 5.Facing a Heated Reality: Climate Change and Migration -- 5.1.The Climatic Drivers of Migration -- 5.2.The Case against Securitizing Climate Migrants -- 6.Realizing the Conceptual Problems of Climate Migration -- 6.1.The Fluidity of Categories -- 6.2.The Issues of Causation -- 7.Responsibilities toward Climate Migrants -- 7.1.Realizing Obligations under Corrective Justice: Sidestepping the Issues of Causation -- 7.2.The Responsibility to Forestall (Climate) Migration -- 7.3.The Inappropriateness of Ex-Post Compensation and the Pitfalls of Arguing for Collective Resettlement --Contents note continued: 7.4.Outlook: The Consequences of Irresponsibility -- 8.Conclusion.Contents: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.Methodology: Debating Immigration in an Imperfect World -- 1.2.Terminology: Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Other Migrants -- 1.3.Setting the Empirical Stage: The Economic and Social Effects of Migration -- pt. I Normative Foundations: Basic Rights and the Ethics of Immigration -- 2.Basic Human Rights and Correlative Duties -- 2.1.The General Duty (I) to Avoid Violating Human Rights -- 2.2.The Assigned Duty (II) of States to Protect Human Rights and the Right to Self-Determination -- 2.3.The Duty (III) of States to Assist People Deprived of Basic Rights -- 2.4.Discussing Rights and Duties from a Risk-Ethical Perspective -- 3.Toward a Right to Exclude Migrants -- 3.1.Rejecting the Cosmopolitan Case for Global Free Movement -- 3.2.The Importance of Community and the Need for Exclusion -- 3.3.Special Duties and the Right to Protect: On the Function of Social Trust in a System of Moral Division of Labour (MDL) --Includes bibliographical references and index.