January 28 MOS Lecture

January 28 MOS Lecture - January 28 Lecture IVEY...

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January 28 Lecture IVEY EXPERIMENTS: WED FEB 10 3-4, THURS FEB 11 3-4 Continuing talking about the role of ethics and considerations: One World: The ethics of Globalization: (Peter Singer) - suggests the world has been “utterly transformed” by globalization – agrees with radical views on globalization - in the past, citizens thought they had no obligations to other citizens in other countries: o This is not the case now o Cannot ignore how connected we are today and our obligations to the rest of the world - What is the role of leaders to give priority to citizens of their own country o Canadians elected me, I have an obligation to them o Parents are expected to love all children, but always their own kids come first o This idea suggests other lives may not be as valuable – may not want to admit that, but look at developing countries - There is currently no world political community, therefore we have to work with nation states - Should Obama always say USA first? o
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course MOS 1020 taught by Professor Leduc during the Winter '09 term at UWO.

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