Nations and borders

Sarah Song interviewed on KALW, Philosophy Talk, June 23, 2013 (registration required)

“Immigration gets at the core of who we are as a nation…. National boundaries are morally significant, even if arbitrary, because they demarcate a political community that provides all sorts of rights and liberties—and maybe more ambitiously, the opportunity for collective self-government.” (This program was recorded live at the Marsh Theater in San Francisco.)