A cosmopolitan right of necessity
Confronted with the high toll of human lives that global poverty takes today, and the widening gap between the rich and the poor, a growing number of contemporary moral theorists and political philosophers have posed the question of what moral duties wealthy countries and individuals owe to the poor. Their answers could be divided in two main camps. Justice cosmopolitans, on one hand, emphasize the importance of building just institutions at the global level that stop harming the worse-off. On...[Show more]
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