In this concise, single-authored text, renowned scholar and professor Michael Boylan examines the moral justifications underlying key global justice issues and provides students with the analytical tools to approach those issues critically. Introductory chapters establish a thorough but accessible foundation in theory and moral justification, and subsequent chapters apply those concepts to key areas of global concern: poverty; public health; race, gender, and sexual orientation; democracy and social/political dialog; globalization; the environment; war and terrorism; and immigrants and refugees. For easy reference and review, each chapter includes key terms, critical applied reasoning exercises (CARE), and problems and thought experiments perfect for class discussions or writing exercises. The appendix, Getting Involved,” guides students in putting ethical principles to work.
An anthology of original essays, The Morality and Global Justice Reader, is also available as a complementary or a standalone text.
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Published March 1, 2011
by Westview Press.
Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy.