Associative Duties, Global Justice, and the Colonies
The vast majority of countries in the world have stood in an �associative relation� of a colonial sort with some other country or countries, at sometime or another. The aim of this article is to probe the implications of that brute fact for contemporary debates regarding the scope of global distributive justice. The legacy of colonialism poses huge issues of rectificatory justice as well, of course. Imposing alien rule on people, exploiting their persons, and extracting their resources are...[Show more]
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