Recognizing the porous quality of current scholarly conversations, this important volume revisits the theme of inequality, and concentrates on the nexus between inequality and knowledge about inequality. The spaces of engagement in this book are varied, diverse, and multifocal. The contributors, who are leaders in their respective fields, disrupt orthodox knowledge claims about inequality, and force us to rethink international inequality in new ways. Timely, this volume appeals to both the specialist and the general reader interested in reading the shape of our contemporary world.
1. International/Inequality: R.B.J. Walker.
2. Social Science, Geophilosophy and Inequality: Michael J. Shapiro.
3. Constitutionalizing Inequality and the Clash of Globalizations: Stephen Gill.
4. The United States and the Discipline of International Relations: Hegemonic Country, Hegemonic Discipline? Steve Smith.
5. Must the Advance of Science Advance Global Inequality? Sandra Harding.
6. The Beautiful, Expanding Future of Poverty: Popular Economics as a Psychological Defense: Ashis Nandy.
7. Women s Capabilities and Social Justice: Martha Nussbaum.
8. Globalization and Inequality: A Plea for Cosmopolitan Justice: Fred R. Dallmayr.