New Perspectives on Distributive Justice: Deep Disagreements, Pluralism, and the Problem of Consensus

Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter (2018)
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Abstract

Focusing on the plurality of irreconcilable conceptions of social and political justice, this book presents an array of new perspectives on the topic of distributive justice. Bringing together 30 original essays of well-established and young international scholars, the volume is essential reading for anyone interested in social and political justice.

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Manuel Dr. Knoll
Turkish-German University Istanbul
Stephen Snyder
Tbilisi State University
Nurdane Şimşek
Istanbul University

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