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How is global justice possible? How can we realize the principles of socio-economic justice on a global scale? Ending global anarchy or global quasi-anarchy is a necessary condition for realizing such justice, and a legitimate and authoritative world government is a necessary and sufficient condition for global justice. There are four possibilities of global socio-economic justice: the possibility of global justice when the units of such justice are nation-states; the possibility of global justice when the units of such justice are individuals; the possibility of global justice when individuals-based global justice conflicts with nation-states-based global justice; and the possibility of global justice without a world government. There are three kinds of the fourth possibility, which are temporary and transitional.
Keywords Conference Proceedings  Contemporary Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 978-1-63435-038-9
DOI 10.5840/wcp232018511098
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