1st Edition

Talking About Welfare
Readings in Philosophy





ISBN 9781138611580
Published August 15, 2020 by Routledge
322 Pages

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Originally published in 1976 Talking About Welfare is a collection of essays providing a general survey of the problems facing social welfare. The book introduces a number of philosophers, social workers and social administrators, concentrating on problems in describing a general philosophical orientation to social work, what it means to understand another person, and to problems in describing and justifying social work and social welfare activity. The essays collected contribute to discussion of a wide range of welfare issues, principally that of personal and social welfare, the moral justification of welfare provision, and conceptions of community.

Table of Contents

Notes on contributors

Acknowledgements

Introduction, Noel Timms and David Watson

1. The Right to Welfare, T.H. Marshall

2. The Concept of Welfare, Richard B. Brandt

3. The Good of Man, G.H. Von Wright

4. Alienation and Self-Realization, Kai Nielsen

5. Human Rights, Real and Supposed, Maurice Cranston

6. Welfare State and Welfare Society, R.M. Titmuss

7. Respect for Persons and Public Morality, R.S. Downie and Elizabeth Telfer

8. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, David Donnison

9. Who is my Stranger?, R.M. Titmuss

10. The Concept of Community, John Benson

11. The Function of Social Work in Society, Peter Leonard

12. The Art and Science of Helping, Alan Keith-Lucas

13. Knowing by Living Through, Dorothy Walsh

14. On Not Being Judgmental, Ian T. Ramsey

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