'Any reader of Miller's essays who, like me, is not a philosopher, is likely to be struck by the subtlety and sophistication of the philosophers' arguments.' London Review of Books
'Justice for Earthlings offers an engaging analysis of a wide range of pressing normative issues. The book is first and foremost a strong plea for theories of justice that are not just theoretically sophisticated but practically relevant. Justice has an important place in the human form of life, and is of more than just theoretical interest. This message can only be applauded.' Sem de Maagt, Economics and Philosophy
Written by the UK's leading social justice theorist, these essays enter new territory by exploring what social justice means in multicultural societies, and why global justice is not merely social justice writ large. It contains trenchant attacks on philosophers who treat justice as a Platonic ideal beyond the reach of earthlings.