Table of contents (8 chapters)
About this book
In this book, Kevin Ip articulates and defends an egalitarian conception of global distributive justice grounded on the value of equality as a normative ideal of how human relations should be conducted. Arguing that relationships of equality, rather than those characterized by domination or exploitation, are a requirement for a just system, Ip spells out the real-world implications of this approach. Ip defends the ideal of equality against the diverse objections which have been brought to bear, and the responsibilities we bear in our aspirations towards global justice.
- global distributive justice
Authors and Affiliations
Office of University General Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Kevin K. W. Ip
About the author
Kevin K W Ip is Lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received his DPhil in political theory at the University of Oxford and he was a Swire Scholar at St Antony’s College. His research focuses on contemporary social and political philosophy and in particular, issues of global justice.