From the American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Edward Demenchonok (FVSU): From a state of war to perpetual peace; Karl-Otto Apel (Frankfurt): Discourse ethics, democracy, and international law: toward a globalization of practical reason; James P. Sterba (Notre Dame): Rethinking global justice from the perspective of all living nature and what difference it makes; Steven V. Hicks (Queens): Rethinking nature, culture, and freedom; Charles S. Brown (Emporia): Beyond intrinsic value: undermining the justification of ecoterrorism; and Marc Lucht (Alvernia): Does Kant have anything to teach us about environmental ethics?