James teaches philosophy, including business ethics and ethics of globalization, at Nova Scotia\'s only francophone university.
His article "Mumford On How Mining and War Corrupted Our Values: On the Social Origins of Some Unsustainable Technologies and Accounting Practices" can be consulted on line (in Techné: Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, vol. 2 (1997), no. 2.
The links (in French) for his ethics of globalization course can be found at http://users.eastlink.ca/~chicaben/cours/2010j/ethi4553/liens4553/. Some personal pages can be found at www3.ns.sympatico.ca/chicaben1/ and university pages are located at http://personnel.usainteanne.ca/jcrombie/.
James contributes occasionally to Wikipedia in English, French and (relatively rarely) in Spanish. James is also an accredited conference interpreter and a volunteer with Babels - having helped with interpretation services at the First Americas Social Forum in Quito and the Fifth World Social Forum in Porto Alegre.
Ignoring Honduras at Our Peril
Gaza and Alien Tort
Palestinian Law of Tort
“That’ll larn’em!!” The Demented Logic of Violence
I have a dream for Israel/Palestine
Ossetia: Crocodile Tears & the Rhetoric of Big-Power Unilateralism
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