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Global Common Good: Intercultural Perspectives on a Just and Ecological Transformation
edited by Michael Reder, Verena Risse, Katharina Hirschbrunn and Georg Stoll
Campus Verlag, 2015
Paper: 978-3-593-50318-9
Library of Congress Classification HC79.E5G5925 2015
Dewey Decimal Classification 338.927

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Global challenges such as poverty, climate change, and economic crises are all problems that the global community must face collectively. But in order to do so successfully, we need to engage in a continued intercultural dialogue on alternative approaches to development that are ethically justifiable, politically acceptable, and ecologically sustainable. To this end, the Institute for Social and Development Studies at the Munich School of Philosophy in cooperation with MISEREOR, the German Catholic Bishops’ Organization for Development Cooperation, invited scholars from across the world to define and explore an overarching goal: the global common good. This book represents the product of their efforts; in it, contributors investigate normative ideals, analyze obstacles that prevent the realization of these ideals, and propose paths for global transformation.

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