Ethics & International Affairs Volume 6 (1992): Special Section: Democracy and the New World Order: The New Global Order: The Power of Principle in a Pluralistic World [Abstract]

Dec 2, 1992

Kegley asks whether in a culturally pluralistic global community it is possible to find a common normative principle that statesmen from diverse ethical traditions might embrace to discipline democratic behavior. He sets the stage for a discussion of ethical precepts that transcend artificial boundaries between East and West, North and South.

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