Neo-Kantian Cosmopolitanism and International Law: Modest Practicality?

Kantian Review 24 (4):605-629 (2019)

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This article explores the practical approach to global justice advocated by the cosmopolitan political theorists Pogge, Beitz and Buchanan. Using a comparative exposition it outlines their reliance on international law and on human rights law in particular. The essay explores the neo-Kantian influence on the practical approach and offers an original critique of this trend in contemporary international political theory.
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