Rawls and Global Justice: A Dispute Over a Legacy

@inproceedings{Miller2011RawlsAG,
  title={Rawls and Global Justice: A Dispute Over a Legacy},
  author={Richard W. Miller},
  year={2011}
}
For over thirty years, with special intensity in the last decade, a debate over global economic justice has troubled and enriched political philosophy. As in many of the most heated disputes, the participants have lots in common. They think that John Rawls was basically right about the principles that should guide compatriots in judging shared laws and institutions if foreigners are not taken into account. In particular, they agree that these principles should be those that one would choose for… CONTINUE READING

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