Feasibility Constraints for Political Theories

Dissertation, Australian National University (2010)
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Keywords Feasibility, infeasibility  Non-ideal theory, ideal theory  Political theory, ethics  Ought implies can  Epistemic constraints  Collective action  Agent-relative obligation  Feasibility for collectives / groups  Utopia, methodology  Decision theory, game theory
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