L.F.E. Goldie


In developing the theory of an emergent international enclave of justice, Stone seeks to suggest alternative arguments regarding assistance to the developing communities of mankind which could interrelate the mutual compassion of peoples and long-term political and economic prudence. His thesis gives concreteness to notions of what is feasible, rather than what is ideal, in international economic justice.





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