Journal of Applied Philosophy - Early View Articles

Cosmopolitanism, Occupancy and Political Self‐Determination

Published online on Jul 04, 2018

Abstract

The brand of cosmopolitanism that Cécile Fabre develops in her excellent book, Cosmopolitan Peace, leaves room for qualifying groups to exercise political self‐determination. Important questions thus emerge regarding who is entitled to have a say in the group's self‐determination, questions that take on a heightened practical urgency in the wake of wars that cause massive migration. In this article, I call into question Fabre's contention that the descendants of unjust occupants necessarily acquire occupancy rights which entitle them to a say in the political self‐determination over the territory on which they currently reside.

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10.1111/japp.12325 About DOI

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