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Boylan on Immigration

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Title: Boylan on Immigration
Authors: Palmer-Fernandez, Gabriel Browse this author
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院文学研究科応用倫理研究教育センター
Journal Title: Journal of applied ethics and philosophy
Volume: 4
Start Page: 34
End Page: 37
Abstract: My remarks on Boylan’s ideas on Immigration divide into four brief sections. First, I describe an exchange of ideas with Michael Boylan on his earlier book, A Just Society; second, I turn to his most recent work, Morality and Global Justice, and focus on his chapter on immigration; third, while I share the basic thesis of that chapter, I try to expand the analysis on immigration; finally, I briefly note harms of immigration caused by the globalization of production.
Description: Author Meets the Critics: Michael Boylan’s Morality and Global Justice Introductory Note The following exchange occurred at 21st Annual meeting of the Association for Professional and Practical Ethics held on March 1-4, 2012, in Cincinnati, Ohio. The session was an author meets critics session on Boylan's 2011 book published by Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado. The topic of the discussion is a controversial treatment of immigration by Boylan in his chapter on immigration. The critics were: Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez and Julie E. Kirsch, who provide critical assessments of Boylan’s claims. Boylan then offers a reply to their arguments.
Type: bulletin (article)
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