Friends, Citizens, Strangers: Essays on Where We Belong
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Friends, Citizens, Strangers: Essays on Where We Belong

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All human relationships are not created equal; attachments between close associates ('friends'), compatriots ('citizens'), and humans ('strangers') vary greatly in terms of their character and importance. From a critical standpoint, though, which type of attachment should take priority? Are we morally obliged to think of ourselves first and foremost as members of the human...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published December 31st 2005 by University of Toronto Press
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