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Partiality as Justice: a Critique of Thomas Pogge's World Poverty and Human Rights
. . . I find the priority and emphasis Pogge gives to negative obligations in formulating our moral obligation to alleviate poverty to be troubling. In Pogge's work, positive obligations based on justice can only arise ...
Cracking Down on the Down and Out: The Criminalization of Homelessness
The legislation that this paper examines bars them [homeless persons] from fulfilling basic needs. This paper considers what sorts of legislation criminalizes homelessness, discusses the moral and legal implications of ...