This title was first published in 2001. A collection of some of the most significant and influential articles on the theory of justice written from the perspectives of legal theory, ethics, political philosophy and political theory.
Contents: The Concept of Justice: Humanity before justice, T.D. Campbell; Justice to charity, Loren E. Lomasky; Noncomparative justice, Joel Feinberg; Comparative and non-comparative justice, Philip Montague. Justice - Desert - Redistribution: Desert, consent and justice, Michael A. Slote; Justice as equality, Christopher Ake; Problems for effort-based distribution principles, Julian Lamont; Negating positive desert claims, Robert E. Goodin; Misfortune and injustice: on being disadvantaged, Francis Snare; Real people (natural differences and the scope of justice), Alan H. Goldman. Political Liberalism and Justice: The domain of the political and overlapping consensus, John Rawls; The idea of public reason revisited, John Rawls; Pluralism and social unity, William A. Galston; Justice and the aims of political philosophy, Kurt Baier; Political liberalism, Michael J. Sandel. Feminist Critiques of Liberal Justice: Political liberalism, justice and gender, Susan Moller Okin; 'The disorder of women': women, love and the sense of justice, Carole Pateman; A theory of justice - and love: Rawls on the family, Deborah Kearns; Name index.
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