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.
Table of Contents
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.