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    Desert, Effort and Equality.Heather Milne - 1986 - Journal of Applied Philosophy 3 (2):235-243.
    Desert theories of distributive justice have been attacked on the grounds that they attempt to found large inequalities on morally arbitrary features of individuals: desert is usually classified as a meritocratic principle in contrast to the egalitarian principle that goods should be distributed according to need. I argue that there is an egalitarian version of desert theory, which focuses on effort rather than success, and which aims at equal levels of well‐being; I call it a ‘well‐being desert’ theory. It is (...)
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    Professional Ethics and Primary Care Medicine.Heather Milne - 1991 - Social Philosophy Today 6:320-323.
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