Justice, Political Liberalism, and Utilitarianism: Themes From Harsanyi and Rawls
Cambridge University Press (2008)
The utlitiarian economist and Nobel Laureate John Harsanyi and the liberal egalitarian philosopher John Rawls were two of the most eminent scholars writing on problems of social justice in the last century. The contributions to this volume, addressed to an interdisciplinary audience, pay tribute to them by investigating themes that figure prominently in their work. In some cases, the contributors explore issues considered by Harsanyi and Rawls in more depth and from novel perspectives. In others, the contributors use the work of Harsanyi and Rawls as points of departure for pursuing the construction of new theories for the evaluation of social justice
|Keywords||Justice Liberalism Utilitarianism|
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|ISBN(s)||0521640938 9780521640930 9780521184298|
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