Lomasky and Tesón’s “Justice at a Distance”
According to the dominant approach of the growing literature on global justice, justice demands enlarging state institutions and international agencies so as to coercively redistribute wealth and correct the supposed injustices and inefficiencies of markets. This conference explored the classical liberal alternative to this view.
Lomasky, Loren and Fernando Tesón. Justice at a Distance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.