1. Cobbling Together an Ethics 2. The Luck of Our Draw 3. Minerals, International Trade, Fair Trade and Living Wages 4. Environmental Justice
James J. Winchester is professor of philosophy at Georgia College and State University.
Ethics in a World of Savage Inequalities meets the requirement
offered by Kafka that 'a book must be the ax for the frozen sea
within us.' It combines passion and comprehensive research in its
appeal to get us to redress the profound injustices of our day. It
is an important book, and I recommend it highly. -- Scott M.
Campbell, Nazareth College
Winchester's book is a sustained, thoughtful reflection motivated by a deep concern for the problems of poverty and inequality. It is grounded in ethical and social theory, and also in a wealth of empirical research. -- David Carr, Emory University
Winchester's sincerity and passion for global justice animates every page of this compelling book. It would a great text with which to challenge undergraduates to think about some of the most important issues of our age. -- Robert Bernasconi, Pennsylvania State University