Rawls. The Law of Peoples (Harvard University Press, 1999).*
paperback edition from 2001 has been ordered through the university
bookstore. I recommend that you purchase this edition, since
it is relatively inexpensive and so that we can easily refer to
the same page numbers.
other readings will be made available on the course web site and/or
as photocopies distributed in class.
also will be reading fairly substantial sections of the following:
Nussbaum, Frontiers of Justice: Disability, Nationality, Species
Membership (Belknap Press, 2006)
Singer, One World: The Ethics of Globalization (Yale University
titles have NOT been ordered through the Bookstore, but students
are encouraged to buy their own copy of either or both of these
books. Both titles are, of course, readily (and fairly cheaply)
available through Chapters.ca