By Henri Vogt Hartmut Mayer
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2 (2002). , 'Europe and the New Balance of Global Order', Intemational Affairs, vol. 81, no. 4 (2005). Nicolaldis, Kalypso and Justine Lacroix, 'Order and Justice Beyond the Nation-State: Europe's Competing Paradigms', in Rosemary Foot, John Gaddis, and Andrew Hurrell (eds), Order and Justice in International Relations (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002). Petman, Jarna, 'The Problem of Evil and International Law', in Jarna Petman & Jan Klabbers (eds), Nordic Cosmopolitanism: Essays in International Law for Martti Koskenniemi (Leiden Martin us Nijhoff Publishers/Brill Academic Publishers, 2003).
9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. g. ) at the time of her action. The converse is not true, however. The agent may be said to be capacity-responsible and she may nevertheless not be retrospectively responsible for a certain action (see also the following footnote). As I will try to argue later on (cf. note 15 below), prospective and retrospective responsibility are closely related concepts. But the route from prospective responsibility to retrospective responsibility is anything but straightforward.
But when limited to situations in which somebody suffers a serious deprivation or loss, it gains considerably more support. Everyone who is capable of rescuing the drowning child, has a duty to do so. 30 These four principles, suggested by Miller and Barry, do not cover all kinds of normative reasons that we might have for allocating duties in certain waysnot even if we take them in combination. One problem is that they have been put forward to cover situations in which someone has suffered or could potentially suffer serious and immediate harm (as Miller or Barry were only interested in remedial responsibilities arising in cases of extreme need).
A Responsible Europe?: Ethical Foundations of EU External Affairs by Henri Vogt Hartmut Mayer