In Chapter 11 I argued that the moralities of both partiality and impartiality make legitimate claims, and suggested ways of reconciling them in the context of close personal relationships. I now want to extend the analysis to political communities, and explore how we might reconcile our obligations to our fellow citizens with those to outsiders.
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