This book may become the one against which cosmopolitans define their position, but it offers a great deal more than that; in particular a theory of global justice which gives nationhood a central place, and a nuanced and insightful analysis of the idea of responsibility. (Political Studies Review
About the Author
David Miller read mathematics and moral sciences at Selwyn College, Cambridge before coming to Balliol College, Oxford as a graduate student to study political theory. He taught at the Universities of Lancaster and East Anglia before taking up his present post as Official Fellow in Social and Political Theory at Nuffield College, Oxford in 1979. In 2002 he became Professor of Political Theory and was elected to a Fellowship of the British Academy.