This examination of global society focuses on its conflict with local societies and questions whether the human race should be treated as belonging to a single global community. It considers the universality of human rights and its conflict with group claims to self-determination.
Cosmopolitanism, world citizenship and global civil society, Chris Brown; human rights and diverse cultures - continuity or discontinuity?, Peter Jones; human rights, compatibility and diverse cultures, Dimon Caney; the pendulum theory of individual, communal and minority rights, Tom Hadden; the question of self-determination and its implications for normative international theory, Kimberly Hutchings; Derrida and the Heidegger controversy - global friendship against racism, Mark Bevir; humanitarian vigilantes or legal entrepreneurs - enforcing human rights in international society, Nicholas J. Wheeler.
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