Critics’ Reviews

“The great ethical challenge of this century will be how we should live our lives in a global context. This intelligent and broad-ranging collection provides its readers with a rich introduction to a wide range of perspectives about how we might live together as global citizens. There is something here to unsettle everyone’s views about the great questions of the day. These volumes provide no simple answers, but they provoke all of us to reconceive our ethical commitments.” — Joan Tronto, Hunter College

Moral Issues in Global Perspective transforms the landscape for the study of ethics by challenging readers to connect the reality of globalization with the theory and practice of ethics. Volume I serves as a timely resource, combining high-caliber, challenging new articles with must-read classics. Koggel’s collection is sure to be a leader among the new generation of books in moral, social, and political philosophy.” — Sally Scholz, Villanova University

Posted on November 2, 2015