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Introduction1. The Case Against Exclusion2. Challenges to Freedom of Movement3. Actual Immigration Restrictions Are Unjust4. Are More Open Borders Feasible? Does It Matter?5. Resistance at the Border6. People Smuggling7. Complicity and the Duty to Resist8. Promoting More Open Borders

About the Author

Javier Hidalgo is an Associate Professor of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. His work has appeared in venues such as The Journal of Political Philosophy, The Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy and The Journal of Moral Philosophy.


"The book is persuasive and beautifully written, bringing forth a realistic and optimistic account of how humans can reorganize themselves to better govern in the emerging epoch. It is agenda setting, providing new ideas for progress on a variety of fronts- from the environmental, to the social, to the political-and giving us new ways to think about environmental governance in uncertain, unstable circumstances. Overall it stands as a novel and robust treatment of the Anthropocene and the core issues of global governance. Perhaps most importantly, the book offers hope that human reason and communication with one another and with the Earth system can rise to the challenges of theAnthropocene." - Jen Iris Allan, Ethics and International Affairs

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