The ethics of place should have also come up in a more direct way. The ‘ethics of access’ did come up, but here the ethics plays out differently… Our understanding of “Globalization” is a related matter. We don’t have a full sense of what we mean when we invoke the term “Globalization”. By “Globalization,” in a crude sense, we mean that things are moving and are no longer located. But there are two distinct facts: knowing the ethics of things that are moving, and knowing the ethics of those that are not.
– Satish Deshpande