An outstanding volume that covers a wide range of issues at the intersection of ethics, communication and globalization. It covers not only many issues in the ethics of (intercultural) communication, but also fundamental issues at the intersection of ethics and culture and applied issues in the communication and teaching of ethics.
Göran Collste is a Professor at the Centre for Applied Ethics at Linköping University, Sweden. He is the author of Global Rectificatory Justice (2015) and Is Human Life Special? (2004) and was until 2015 President of Societas Ethica (European Society for Research in Ethics).
Contributors: Maren Behrensen, Lecturer at the Centre for Applied Ethics, Linköping University, Sweden ; Heiner Bielefeldt, Professor of Human Rights and Human Rights Policy, University of Erlangen, Germany; Nigel Dower, Honorary Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, UK; Peter Gan, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University Science of Malaysia; Kiyoshi Murata, Director of the Centre for Business Information Ethics, Meiji University, Japan; Yohko Orito, Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime University, Japan; Elin Palm, Assistant Professor, Centre for Applied Ethics, Linköping University, Sweden; Hans Ingvar Roth, Professor of Human Rights, Institute for Turkish Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden.