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  1. Robert J. van der Veen & van Parijs (2013). Teorías intitulacionistas de la justicia. De Nozick a Roemer Y más allá. Ideas Y Valores 62 (152):249-265.
    RESUMEN Se analiza si la versión de la justicia como equidad, presentada en El liberalismo político, es genuinamente una concepción política. Se examina el problema de la razonabilidad de las doctrinas comprehensivas, y se indaga luego si el argumento en dos etapas afecta la integridad estructural del liberalismo político. Se concluye que J. Rawls fracasa en su intento de justificar un liberalismo independiente de una doctrina comprehensiva de carácter liberal. ABSTRACT The article analyzes whether the conception of justice as fairness, (...)
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  2. Robert J. Van Der Veen & Philippe Van Parijs (2013). Unqualified Justice Theories. From Nozick to Roemer and Beyond. Ideas Y Valores 152:250-265.
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  3. Robert van der Veen (2010). Limiting the Scope of the Weighting Model: A Reply to David Miller. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 13 (4):549-559.
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  4. Robert van der Veen (2009). Principes voor een duurzame politiek. Wijsgerig Perspectief 49 (1):22-29.
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  5. Robert van der Veen (2004). Basic Income Versus Wage Subsidies: Competing Instruments in an Optimal Tax Model with a Maximin Objective. Economics and Philosophy 20 (1):147-183.
    This article challenges the general thesis that an unconditional basic income, set at the highest sustainable level, is required for maximizing the income-leisure opportunities of the least advantaged, when income varies according to the responsible factor of labor input. In a linear optimal taxation model (of a type suggested by Vandenbroucke 2001) in which opportunities depend only on individual productivity, adding the instrument of a uniform wage subsidy generates an array of undominated policies besides the basic income maximizing policy, including (...)
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  6. Robert van der Veen (2002). Equality of Talent Resources: Procedures or Outcomes? Ethics 113 (1):55-81.
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  7. Robert J. Van Der Veen (1997). Debate: Real Freedom and Basic Income: Comment on Brian Barry. Journal of Political Philosophy 5 (3):274–286.
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  8. Robert J. Van Der Veen & Philippe Van Parijs (1986). A Capitalist Road to Communism. Theory and Society 15 (5):635-655.
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  9. Robert J. Van der Veen & Philippe Van Parijs (1986). Universal Grants Versus Socialism: Reply to Six Critics. Theory and Society 15 (5):723-757.
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  10. Robert J. van Der Veen & Philippe van Parijs (1985). Entitlement Theories of Justice: From Nozick to Roemer and Beyond. Economics and Philosophy 1 (1):69-.