Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2009.
xxviii, 467 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: An approach to justice The demands of justice. Reason and objectivity Rawls and beyond Institutions and persons Voice and social choice Impartiality and objectivity Closed and open impartiality Forms of reasoning. Position, relevance and illusion Rationality and other people Plurality of impartial reasons Realizations, consequences and agency The materials of justice. Lives, freedoms and capabilities Capabilities and resources Happiness, well-being and capabilities Equality and liberty Public reasoning and democracy. Democracy as public reason The practice of democracy Human rights and global imperatives Justice and the world.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.