Oxford University Press (2007)
|Abstract||Steering a middle course between cosmopolitanism and a narrow nationalism, the book develops an original theory of global justice that also addresses controversial topics such as immigration and reparations for historic wrongdoing.|
|Keywords||Cosmopolitanism Human rights Distributive justice International agencies Globalization Political aspects|
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|Call number||JZ1308.M55 2007|
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