Thoughts And Actions In Promoting Equality That Include Considerations From Work With The United Nations Association Of Japan

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Lawrence Karn
Takahiko Hattori


Social Justice, International Relations, United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations Association of Japan, United Nations Association of Japan Test of English, International Red Cross


This paper explores a number of classical and contemporary thinkers and advances the thesis that the touchstone for social justice may be expressed in two words, trade places, and that this exhortation must be applied internationally. In such cases, its application may sometimes be possible and useful as a practical thought experiment. The trade places notion is a plan of action, which may be termed the responsibility of knowledge.


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