By Alistair MacLean, John Denis
Anyone wishes revenge, and the objective is the President's aircraft. whilst the challenge seems to be most unlikely, the realm calls upon UNACO.
The world's so much inventive foreign legal is bent on revenge...
Two males with an analogous identify and an identical face
And six of an important males on the earth aboard the President's plane...
Who driven the button that destroyed Air strength One?
Why needs to everybody be killed?
Are they honestly dead?
In this online game of deception basically UNACO and its bold group will be depended on to affix the gamble - yet can they win?
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Thus, the status model does not appeal to a conception of self-realization or the good. It appeals, rather, to a c onception of justice that can - and should - be accepted by those with divergent conceptions of the good. What makes misrecogni tion morally wrong, in this view, is that it denies some indi viduals and groups the possibility of participating on a par with others in social interaction. The norm of partidpatory parity invoked here is nonsectarian in the required sense. It can justifY claims for recognition as normatively binding on all who agree to abide by fair terms of interaction under con ditions o f value pluralism.
But the determinations run in the opposite direction. Bec ause the market constitutes the sole and all pervasive mechanism of valuation, market position dictates social status. In the absence of any quasi-autonomous cultural value patterns, distributive inj us tic e translates immediate ly into status subordination. Maldistrihution directly entails mi srecognition . These two societies are effectively mirror images of each other that share one major characteristic: neither of the m differentiates economic o rdering from cultural o rdering, ins ti tutions that prioritize strategic action from those that prioritize valu e regulated interaction.
Thus, there is an unavoidable circularity in this account: claims for recognition can only b e j ustified under conditions o f participatory parity, which conditions include reciprocal recognition. The circularity is not vicious, however. Far from reflecting any defect of conceptualization, it faithfully expresses the reflexive character of justice as understood from the democratic perspective. In the democratic perspective, justice is not an externally imposed requirement, determined over the heads of those whom it obligates.
Air Force One is Down (Alistair MacLean's UNACO, Book 2) by Alistair MacLean, John Denis