Political philosophy is mostly what I do, and in one way or another, it’s organized around ideas about justice. Often, my work focuses on problems that are present in public political discourse, which then I try to approach by offering a solution to them that is tied to philosophically acceptable foundations. For a few years now, my work has been concerned with building a constructive theory of the “grounds of justice” at the global level. The book that is in the process of emerging is called "The Grounds of Justice: An Inquiry about the State in Global Perspective," and is under contract with Princeton University Press. Since I've been working on this project for a while, and since I have been presenting bits and pieces of it at numerous conferences and colloquia, I'm putting the first thirteen chapters up here, so that people who are interested in this work can see how it all fits together. The remaining four chapters and the epilogue and currently in progress.
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