LUMINA Volume 22 No. 2

Reconceptualizing Justice in the Globalizing World

by Osimiri Peter

The very profound transformations that have come to characterize social relations in the in the 21st century, facilitated by advances in transportation and information technologies, are inexorably bringing the world together. Thus, in the McLuhan's parlance, the world now constitutes a global village. As nations, peoples and communities across the globe become economically, socially and politically connected the distinction between the global and the local becomes increasingly blurred and the forces that have brought the world together continue to magnify the human potential to generate transnational consequences.

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