Table of contents for Global justice : seminal essays / Thomas Pogge, Darrel Moellendorf.

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Volume I
Preface	xiii
Introduction	xxv
1. Onora O¿Neill 	1
Lifeboat Earth
2. Charles R. Beitz 	21
Justice and International Relations
3. Thomas Nagel 	49
Poverty and Food: Why Charity Is Not Enough
4. Amartya Sen 	61
Equality of What?
5. Henry Shue	83
Chapters 1¿2 of Basic Rights: Subsistence, Affluence, and U.S. Foreign Policy
6. Michael Walzer 	145
The Distribution of Membership
7. Brian Barry 	179
Humanity and Justice in Global Perspective
8. Joseph H. Carens 	211
Aliens and Citizens: The Case for Open Borders
9. David Miller	235
The Ethical Significance of Nationality
10. Robert E. Goodin	255
What Is So Special about Our Fellow Countrymen?
11. Jürgen Habermas	285
Citizenship and National Identity: 
Some Reflections on the Future of Europe
12. David Held	311
Democracy: From City-States to a Cosmopolitan Order?
13. Thomas Pogge	355
Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty
14. Jeremy Waldron 	391
Special Ties and Natural Duties
15. John Rawls 	421
The Law of Peoples
16. Thomas Pogge	461
An Egalitarian Law of Peoples
17. Martha C. Nussbaum	495
Human Capabilities, Female Human Beings
18. Darrel Moellendorf 	553
Constructing the Law of Peoples
19. Allen Buchanan	581
Theories of Secession
20. Kok-Chor Tan 	613
Liberal Toleration in Rawls¿s Law of Peoples
21. Hillel Steiner	637
Just Taxation and International Redistribution
22. Michael Blake	657
Distributive Justice, State Coercion, and Autonomy
Index	697

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Political science -- Philosophy.