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The Cambridge Companion to Rawls


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Februar 2008

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction: John Rawls - an overview Samuel Freeman; 1. Rawls and liberalism Thomas Nagel; 2. For a democratic society Joshua Cohen; 3. Rawls on justification T. M. Scanlon; 4. Rawls on the relationship between liberalism and democracy Amy Gutmann; 5. Difference principles Philippe van Parijs; 6. Democratic equality: Rawls's complex egalitarianism Norman Daniels; 7. Congruence and the good of justice Samuel Freeman; 8. On Rawls Burton Dreben; 9. Constructivism in Rawls and Kant Onora O'Neill; 10. Public reason Charles Larmore; 11. Rawls on constitutionalism and constitutional law Frank I. Michelman; 12. Rawls and utilitarianism Samuel Scheffler; 13. Rawls and communitarianism Stephen Mulhall and Adam Swift; 14. Rawls and feminism Martha Nussbaum.

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'Chapters complement each other well, overlap is minimal, and the level (accessible for beginners, interesting for specialists) is maintained. This addition to a well-established series will go into any self-respecting collection in the field, and personal, and the paperback is certainly a perfect gift for a student at the right time. Well-bound and elegantly type-set, with a superb index, this Companion adds to a literature on Rawls that is likely to grow a lot more in the future.' Reference Reviews 'There can be little doubt that Rawls will continue to be read and appreciated and this edited compilation is a worthy tribute to his legacy. A constellation of distinguished legal, moral and political philosophers ... outline, extend and critique various facets of his work ... an important and timely book. It provides an excellent and sophisticated overview of a noble project, and it should be an essential addition to the library of political theorists.' Cambridge Review of International Affairs
EAN: 9780521651677
ISBN: 0521651670
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2008
Seitenanzahl: 600 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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