One World: The Ethics of Globalization

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Yale University Press, 2004 - Philosophy - 235 pages
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Known for his original and courageous thinking on matters ranging from the treatment of animals to genetic screening, Peter Singer now turns his attention to the ethical issues surrounding globalisation.
  

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i love to read about the global village and about the history of the globalization. Read full review

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I love/hate reading Peter Singer because his ethical arguments are so clear and logical that he almost invariably succeeds in making me feel guilty. In that it makes me reflect on the morality of my ... Read full review

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Contents

2 One Atmosphere
14
3 One Economy
51
4 One Law
106
5 One Community
150
6 A Better World?
196
Notes
203
Index
227
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Peter Singer is Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University.

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