T The Cold War has come to an end after 30 years. For many globalists, the end of this war marked the victory of capitalism. Under the widespread influence of the globalisation of capitalism, multinational enterprises continue expanding and introducing problems related to the environment and labour rights. The rising global inequalities and other worldwide problems have also stimulated grassroot anti-globalisation protests. Political philosophers no longer focus on domestic issues. Both antagonistic camps of cosmopolitans and communitarians have started to tackle the problems of global inequality and poverty. This paper critically examines David Miller's rights-based global distributive justice theory and points out its defects.
|Translated title of the contribution||Rights, Responsibilities, Globalisation and Communitarianism: A Critical Examination of David Miller's Global Justice Theory|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||43|
|Journal||Hong Kong journal of Social Sciences|
|Publication status||Published - 2021 Jun 1|