Monday, 7 January 2008

Peter Brown's The Commonwealth of Life (2nd ed. revised, Montreal: Black Rose, 2007)

The 1st edition challenged us to develop a moral economy in three areas:
-- What are our minimal obligations to each other, and to the rest of the natural order?
-- What institutions of economics, government, and civil society are therefore required?
-- How must international relations and institutions change?

Brown's revised edition expands on his original bioethics to draw new and innovative conclusions.
See reviews of the book and how to order it. Professors Peter Victor and Peter Brown interviewed in the Montreal Gazette 15 Dec 07.
For other eco-economics books, thinkers and organizations,
see EE in Delicious tags, lower right.
For research notes on civic, state and international action see governance in Delicious tags.

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