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From National Sovereignty to Interdependence

Other TitlesNew Perspectives of Distributive Justice in the Age of Globalization
AuthorsVelasco Arroyo, Juan Carlos
Keywordsglobalization, cosmopolitism, global justice, theory of justice, world poverty, national State, egalitarian liberalism, methodological nationalism
Issue Date2016
PublisherWalter de Gruyter
CitationGünter Abel & Martina Plümacher (eds.), "Power of Distributed Perspectives", Berlin/Boston, De Gruyter, 2016, 329-354
SeriesBerlin Studies in Knowledge Research
AbstractThis article defends the need of a cosmopolitan perspective within the contemporary debates in Political Philosophy, a perspective from which the demands of distributive justice can be consistently enforced. This point will be addressed in four parts. In a first step, we will present the unavoidable background of contemporary thought about justice: globalization (1). Next, the decidedly state-centered perspective related to the still hegemonic idea of social justice will be highlighted (2). The third part will take note of globalist reactions to the prevailing methodological nationalism (3). And finally, we will emphasize the need to design minimal global institutions that make it possible to implement the universalist requirements of justice with a cosmopolitan slant (4).
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