An Egalitarian Law of Peoples

  title={An Egalitarian Law of Peoples},
  author={Thomas Pogge},
  journal={Philosophy \& Public Affairs},
  • Thomas Pogge
  • Published 1 July 1994
  • Sociology
  • Philosophy & Public Affairs
L'A. examine la theorie du «droit des gens» de Rawls qui, dans ses derniers ouvrages, n'a aucune composante distributive egalitaire. L'A. rappelle les principes de l'egalitarisme et s'interroge sur leur applicabilite pragmatique, avant de discuter la position de Rawls sur la justice distributive internationale et sa controverse avec Nozick 
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