The idea of justice /
Cambridge, Mass. :
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: An approach to justice
- The demands of justice.
- Reason and objectivity
- Rawls and beyond
- Institutions and persons
- Voice and social choice
- Impartiality and objectivity
- Closed and open impartiality
- Forms of reasoning.
- Position, relevance and illusion
- Rationality and other people
- Plurality of impartial reasons
- Realizations, consequences and agency
- The materials of justice.
- Lives, freedoms and capabilities
- Capabilities and resources
- Happiness, well-being and capabilities
- Equality and liberty
- Public reasoning and democracy.
- Democracy as public reason
- The practice of democracy
- Human rights and global imperatives
- Justice and the world