Intergroup Justice: Taking Responsibility for Intraspecific and Interspecific Oppressions

Ethics and the Environment 3 (1):1 - 40 (1998)
Abstract
We are all members of a variety of different groupings: family groups, groupings by gender, "race," culture and class, by nation-state and hemisphere, and by species. Building on the work of Larry May and others, I work toward a notion of taking responsibility for one's membership in all such groups, one which entails reflecting on the actions of one's own group and taking steps to rectify situations whereby one's own group is found to be in the role of oppressor vis à vis other groups, at all such levels of grouping.
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