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Anna Moltchanova

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Associate Professor of Philosophy

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Local Address:  Minnesota , United States
Carleton College
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Northfield , Minnesota 55057
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Playwrights submitted their work for review and were chosen for production by Anna Moltchanova, a professor at Carleton College. According to Moltchanova, " This years selection includes a lively and very short biography of Walt Disney, the adventures of a time-traveling settler in the Mall of America, some hilarious and profound artistic explorations of two big holidays Thanksgiving and Christmas, a story of internets influence on our family life, love and friendship and, of course, plays dealing with the perennial themes of war and peace, life and death."
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Anna Moltchanova (Reviewer)
In this provocative volume, Ayelet Shachar puts forward an account of birthright citizenship as analogous to inherited property, and proposes a birthright privilege levy on citizenship inheritance that citizens of affluent countries should contribute to alleviate global inequalities of wealth and opportunity. By drawing an analogy with property inheritance, Shachar questions a widespread intuition that citizenship assignment based on birth is unproblematic. The recipients of political membership in prosperous and politically stable societies, she notes, inherit a valuable bundle of rights, benefits, and opportunities. Since the place of one's birth is a circumstance beyond one's control, birthright citizens of a well-off society have a duty to transfer some of their chance gains to those who were born in a society with greatly diminished life opportunities.
An important feature of Shachar's book is that, based on the analogy, she justifies assistance to the world's poor as a legal obligation of the rich, and not as a duty of charity or a moral obligation. In the first part of the book, Shachar develops the analogy between birthright citizenship and inherited property, which allows her to argue for extending legal qualifications found in the realms of property and inheritance law in order to impose restrictions on the unlimited transmission of membership.
Anna Moltchanova is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Carleton College. She has published on a number of issues in global justice, especially on national self-determination and group rights.
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