Philosophy of Globalization
by Daniel Brauer, et al.
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2018
Number of pages: 464
The aim of this publication is to contribute philosophical depth to the debates on globalization conducted within various academic fields -- principally by working out its normative dimensions. The interdisciplinary nature of this book's contributors also serves to scientifically ground the ethical-philosophical discourse on global responsibility.
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