Justice and Equality
This six-volume collection of brings together some of the most influential essays on justice and equality published in the 20th century. They represent the theoretical debates and practical aspirations of democratic societies and the institutions that govern them. Areas of coverage include: the meaning, scope and practical parameters defining contemporary notions of justice and social equality; the conceptual foundation for requiring minimum justice and equality and who is entitled to justice and equality, and who is obliged to provide these conditions; and the legitimacy and limitations of universal, procedural, legal concepts of justice and equality.
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Egalitarianism and the Equal Consideration of Interests
The Idea of Equality as a Substantive Principle of Society
Liberty vs Equal Opportunity
Equality of Opportunity
Arguments for Equality
The Justification of Equality
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Equality and Justice: Distribution to whom?, Volume 3
Geen voorbeeld beschikbaar - 2003
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