Onora O’Neill

Boundaries are not only pre-conditions of politics, but also indispensable elements of political and social thinking. Borders, boundaries and limits – understood in a broad sense – are omnipresent, shape political and social realities, and are part of our daily experiences. Nonetheless, in Political Theory as well as in International Relations Theory until recently there was not much interest in discussing boundaries in a systematic and comprehensive manner. “Boundaries creep into political philosophy without us noticing.” – This statement of Onora O’Neill still seems to be true. One reason forRead More