ix, 243 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
0521831644 hardback 0521539366 paperback
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-235) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The neighboorhood of justice The basic concept A variety of contestants Contextual functionalism What is theory Desert What did I do to deserve this? Deserving a chance Deserving and earning Grounding desert Desert as an institutional artifact The limits of desert Reciprocity What is reciprocity? Varieties of reciprocity Debts to society and the problem of double counting The limits of reciprocity Equality Does equal trreatment imply equal shares What is equality for? Equal pay for equal work Equality and opportunity On the utility of equal shares The limits of equality Need Hierarchies of need Need as a distributive principle Beyond the numbers What do we need? Intellectual debts Rawls Nozick Rectification Two kinds of arbitrary Procedural versus distributive justice.