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Having received his PhD in philosophy from Harvard, Thomas Pogge is Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs and founding Director of the Global Justice Program at Yale with part-time positions at King’s College London and the Universities of Oslo and Central Lancashire. He has published widely in moral and political philosophy, especially on Kant, Rawls and global justice.Last updated on 25.03.2015
While the UN claims to have made significant progress on the Millennium Development Goals, philosopher Thomas Pogge spoke recently with Ben Hill about the true current state of global poverty, the systemic problems thwarting our best efforts to alleviate it, and the smarter solutions he and others are working on to circumvent these problems.
„The rules of the game are fixed by the rich for the rich.“