Alison M. Jaggar
1.Philosophy, Social Science, Global Poverty
2.Rights, Harm, and Institutions
3.'How much is enough Mr Thomas? How much will ever be enough?'
4.What Negative Duties? Which Moral Universalism?
5.Non-Egalitarian Global Fairness
Erin I. Kelly and Lionel K. McPherson
6.Realistic Reform of International Trade in Resources
7.Realizing (Through Racializing) Pogge
Charles W. Mills
8.Responses to the Critics
"Thomas Pogge is part angry prophet, denouncing severe injustice, and part analytic philosopher, constructing original arguments. Jaggar's imaginatively conceived collection of critics combines some of the best leading scholars with diverse fresh voices, yielding a variegated, vigorous and valuable debate about responsibility for world poverty that carries the analysis significantly forward."
Henry Shue, University of Oxford
"Thomas Pogge argues that extreme poverty is unjustly maintained by institutional means, and could be ended at marginal cost. His claims about the causes, remedies and injustice of the present global order are powerfully criticized in this collection, and his critics are powerfully taken to task: necessary reading for thinking about global justice."
Onora O'Neill, University of Cambridge
"No philosopher has done more than Thomas Pogge to explain what makes the persistence of global poverty so grave an injustice and no other explanation has provoked such a diverse and interesting array of responses. This very well-edited volume, containing commissioned essays by a distinguished group of critics and a powerful reply by Pogge, is an invaluable resource for anyone attempting to assess his work and to understand how philosophy can illuminate debates about global poverty."
Andrew Williams, ICREA and Pompeu Fabra University
"Is global poverty the result of a deeply unjust institutional order we have helped to impose? Are there modest and feasible institutional reforms that could eradicate extreme poverty? In Allison Jaggar's fine volume Thomas Pogge's affirmative answers to these questions receive sustained scrutiny from a distinguished group of philosophers. The result is essential reading for those working on justice across borders."
Paula Casal, University of Reading
- The first book-length analysis of the work of leading political philosopher, Thomas Pogge
- Opens with a clear and informative introduction by Alison Jaggar and includes contributions from Neera Chandhoke, Jiwei Ci, Joshua Cohen, Erin Kelly, Lionel McPherson, Charles W. Mills, Kok-Chor Tan, and Leif Wenar
- Deepens and expands the debate over global justice and moral responsibility in the world today.
- An ideal companion text to Pogge’s widely used ‘World Poverty and Human Rights’ and his new book ‘Politics as Usual.