Analyse & Kritik 27 (1):89-94 (2006)

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Christoph Schmidt-Petri
London School of Economics
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In this short commentary on Ken Binmore’s Natural Justice I primarily examine the relationship between mainstream egalitarian theories and Binmore’s ap- proach. I argue that Binmore uses key concepts in non-standard ways. As a result, he doesn’t engage enough with the views he criticises
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