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  1. Affirmative Action: Well‐Being, Justice, and Qualifications.Re’em Segev - 2019 - Ratio Juris 32 (2):138-156.
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  • Justice in Circumstances of Transition: Comments on Colleen Murphy’s Theory of Transitional Justice as Justice of a Special Type.George Hull - 2018 - Journal of Global Ethics 14 (2):147-158.
    ABSTRACTColleen Murphy has argued that in circumstances of societal transition only one special type of justice is applicable: ‘transitional justice’, a type of justice not reducible to any other type or types. I take issue with Murphy’s conclusion, showing that retributive, distributive and corrective justice all feature as isolable component parts in her own positive account of transitional justice. I also argue that restorative justice is applicable and important in transitional societies when the state itself has perpetrated serious wrongs. Murphy (...)
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  • Racial Inequality.George Hull - 2016 - Philosophical Papers 45 (1-2):37-74.
    In societies with a history of racial oppression, present-day relations between members of different racialised groups are often difficult, tense, prone to escalate into open hostility. This can partly be put down to the persistence of racist beliefs and sentiments. But it is plausible to think there are also non-racist ways in which societal relations between members of different racialised groups go seriously wrong. This is not to downplay the extent to which racism persists: rather, the point is that there (...)
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