The judges explain why this outstanding article was selected:
❝Loriaux argues that developed societies owe to their developing
counterparts a duty of assistance that goes beyond conferring minimal
levels of liberal democratic governance. In this, Loriaux makes a case
for advanced systems extending egalitarian distributive justice beyond
the domestic, and into the interstate, sphere. Loriaux calmly pushes
back against a ream of opposing theory, cleverly deploys the WTO as a
concrete test, persuasively countering the broad theory via consideration
of a particular institutional arrangement.❞
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The CRISPP essay prize is for an outstanding article that deploys philosophical analysis
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