Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty

@article{Pogge1992CosmopolitanismAS,
  title={Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty},
  author={Thomas Pogge},
  journal={Ethics},
  year={1992},
  volume={103},
  pages={48 - 75}
}
The human future suddenly seems open. This is an inspiration; we can step back and think more freely. Instead of containment or detente, political scientists are discussing grand pictures: the end of history, or the inevitable proliferation and mutual pacifism of capitalist democracies. And politicians are speaking of a new world order. My inspiration is a little more concrete. After developing a rough, cosmopolitan specification of our task to promote moral progress, I offer an idea for… 

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