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By M. Hirschland
This booklet introduces readers to the dynamic networks made of companies, NGOs and multilateral corporations that, for greater and for worse, outline company social accountability (CSR) this present day. It examines the paintings of those CSR networks which are taking over the ''heavy-lifting'' of worldwide governance in locations the place conventional public coverage and overseas legislation fail to supply easy security for individuals and the typical atmosphere.
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Given the book’s concern with theoretical articulations of universality and ethics in International Relations, the openness to surprise is not as open as it might be. 20 Nevertheless, significant effort is maintained in trying to show, at a minimum, the surprise that comes from climbing the rungs of each theorist’s language game. Wherever we find ourselves, it isn’t where our theorists want us to be. Much of what the grammatical readings seek to emphasise is facilitated by concentrating, always, on the question of ethical possibility and impossibility and their relationship to a purported universality.
27). It is a spirited return to, not flight from, the ‘rough ground’ of ethics in world politics. At this point, it is prudent to stop and not say much more about what these themes might look like. For this we need to go to the (not so) ‘rough ground’ of the theorists’ landscapes through reading grammatically. Necessarily, the readings offered here can only partially cover and hint at the five themes sketched above. Nevertheless, they all appear in some limited form or other throughout. I should confess at this point what I 30 Reading grammatically believe are the limitations of my treatment of the fifth theme in this book.
Being on the surface of language grammar has no foundations. It has no ultimate justification outside or beyond language and itself. On the one hand, what this means is that when pushed all justifications of rules are self-referential. There comes a point where the justification of the rule is simply its re-articulation. ’ On the other hand, it also means that in the absence of any justifications outside a rule’s own grammar, a grammatical reading can only concern itself with surveying how grammar produces its own justifications (foundations) and the effects 26 Reading grammatically that this has.