Global Justice: Seminal Essays: Global Responsibilities, Volume I / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Global Justice is part of a two-volume set (with Global Ethics) that will aid in the study of global justice and global ethical issues with significant global dimensions. Some of those issues directly concern what individuals, countries, and other associations ought to do in response to various global problems, such as poverty, population growth, and climate change. Others concern the concepts that are commonly used to discuss such issues, such as "development" and "human rights." And still others concern the legitimacy of various phenomena that structure the global scene, such as national borders, the institutions of national sovereignty and self-determination, and attitudes such as nationalism and patriotism.
In recent decades, literature on such issues has started to build up in the Western philosophical tradition. Until now, though, no up-to-date sample of this literature has been available to students and other interested parties. These two books, companion volumes sold separately, fill this gap by providing a sample of the best recent work on these themes.
About the Author
Darrel Moellendorf is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Institute for Ethics and Public Affairs at San Diego State University. His is the author of Cosmopolitan Justice (Westview Press, 2002). His current research projects include the theory and practice of egalitarian global distributive justice, climate change and justice, and themes of reconciliation, hope, and dignity in South African constitutional jurisprudence.