Scepticism about Feasibility and Conclusions
This chapter begins by summarizing central findings from the book. The main task of the chapter, however, is to address feasibility skeptics, that is, those who believe that trying to implement the model of global justice argued for in this work is not feasible. Feasibility concerns may take a number of forms. Eight kinds of skepticism about the feasibility of global justice are distinguished, covering such areas as, feasibility about the goals of global justice, how we might make progress toward them, how we might track progress, and how we might create the motivation to pursue global justice. Responses to all eight kinds of feasibility skepticism are supplied, drawing on material introduced throughout the book as well as introducing relevant new arguments.
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