The beginning of this chapter discusses reasons for and against apologizing for wrongs
committed by nation-states. There are many documented cases of companies
committing dehumanizing acts. While you read the nation-state focus in this book, think
about it from the perspective of businesses and the country of origin (if there is one) of
On what does the principled objection to official apologies rest?
Thoroughly explain the doctrine of moral individualism in your own words.
According to John Locke, on what must legitimate government be based?
How did Kant understand the “choosing self?”
How did Rawls understand the issue of consent as it relates to society being a
What does Kant’s idea of an autonomous will and Rawls’ idea of a hypothetical
agreement behind a veil of ignorance have in common?