Refugees and the limits of political philosophy

Ethics and Global Politics 13 (1):6-20 (2020)
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One thing that has to be considered in this process is the place of philosophy itself (Williams 2011 [1985], 4). Politicians often argue that they have no right to keep their hands clean, and that...



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