By Andrew Kuper
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Margalit and J. Raz, ‘National Self-Determination’, Journal 28 Global Justice sufﬁcient to reject closed and organicist views of the nation, does not constitute an argument against Rawls’ liberal account of peoplehood. For one thing, Rawls fully acknowledges that if those [common] sympathies were entirely dependent upon a common language, history, and political culture, with a shared historical consciousness, this feature would rarely, if ever, be fully satisﬁed . . Notwithstanding, . . [there is a] need for common sympathies, whatever their source may be.
56 53 The deeper aspiration here is to have a universalist account of global justice which avoids assuming territorial boundaries, while still taking the particularity of human practices into account. ) I cannot provide an account of this kind here. What has been provided is a range of illustrations of this line of thought. Most notably, my discussion of how to expand membership in the United Nations General Assembly (in Chapter 4) proposes some ways to individuate relevant practices and actors in that context.
44 Rawls seems then be making one or both of the following psychological claims: persons as they are would not, on an ongoing basis, morally afﬁrm a world state; and the centralisation and cumulation of power in a world state would encourage extreme administrative abuse, laxity, or ineffectuality. It follows that although a confederation of peoples may have some illiberal consequences, these are far less severe—given persons as they are—than the consequences of concentrating power excessively in a world state.