Hughes, Cheryl Books
Cheryl Hughes received her PhD from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is presently Associate Professor of Philosophy at Wabash College. She has published articles in Hypatia, Continental Philosophy Review, and Philosophy & Social Criticism.2000 0-7734-7670-9
This volume brings together the work of philosophers, legal theorists, political scientists, and social scientists who are concerned over ethnic and cultural conflicts: the conflict between the need to adopt and enforce universal norms in the international community and the demand that we respect cultural differences; conflicts between individual and group interests; cultural conflict and globalization in relation to liberal theories of justice and economic development, and others.