Global justice is of every increasing importance in the contemporary political world. This volume brings a hitherto overlooked perspective - the politics of recognition - to bear on this idea. It considers how discussion of each of these illuminates the problems posed by the other, thus addressing an issue of vital concern for the years to come.
List of Abbreviations Foreword Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction 1. Honneth, Hegel and Global Justice; Andrew Buchwalter 2. The Recognition of Globalization and the Globalization of Recognition; Gary Browning 3. Hegel, Cosmopolitanism and Contemporary Recognition Theory; Tony Burns 4. Recognition Beyond the State; Simon Thompson 5. Solidarity, Justice and the Postnational Constellation: Habermas and Beyond; Lawrence Wilde 6. Recognition and Redistribution in Theories of Justice Beyond the State; Shane O'Neill and Caroline Walsh 7. Property, Justice and Global Society; Volker Heins 8. An Articulation of Extra-Territorial Recognition: Toward International and Supranational Solutions of Global Poverty; Marek Hrubec Bibliography Index