Global Justice

In this course, we will investigate questions of justice that arise in global affairs. We will inquire into whether there are moral principles that

constrain the actions of states and how these principles support a conception of global justice. Also, we will seek to understand what global

responsibilities are entailed by global justice. Specific topics that will be considered include global distributive justice, world poverty, human

rights, humanitarian intervention, and the relationship between global justice and nationalistic moral concerns. Authors will include Beitz,

Nussbaum, O'Neill, Pogge, Rawls, Singer, Miller, and Walzer. 3 hrs. sem.

7:30pm-8:45pm on Monday, Wednesday (Feb 13, 2023 to May 15, 2023)
Twilight Hall 301