Rescuing Justice and Equality [Book Review]

Journal of Moral Philosophy 7 (3):411-413 (2010)
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Abstract

G. A. Cohen wanted to rescue justice and equality from John Rawls and his followers. In this, his final book, Cohen presents a clear, focused, and all-together powerful attack on the Rawlsian approach to political philosophy and distributive justice.

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Mark Christopher Navin
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