Justice

ISBN-10: 0230221688

ISBN-13: 9780230221680

Edition: 3rd 2010 (Revised)

Authors: Tom D. Campbell

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List price: $54.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 3/15/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 5.48" wide x 10.34" long x 0.67" tall
Weight: 0.748

Preface and Acknowledgements
What is Justice? The Concept
The roots of justice
Justice and ideology
Justice and distribution
Justice and desert
What is Just? The Norms
Equality and desert
The value of formal justice
Knowledge of justice
The communitarian critique of liberal justice
Justice as Entitlement: Libertarian Approaches
Rights and formal justice
Justice as human rights
Ownership and entitlement
Nozick's justice
Conjectural history and the minimal state
Libertarian alternatives
Justice as Respect: Liberal Approaches
Kantian justice
Dworkin's rights
Justice and minorities
Critique of Dworkin
Justice as Fairness: Contractual Approaches
Justice as fairness
Rawlsian justice
Critique of Rawls
The original position
Principles of justice
Respecting desert
Some Rawlsian dogmas
Global justice
Justice as Utility: Consequentialist Approaches
Justice and utility
The 'economics' of justice
Criminal law
Justice as Desert: Responsibilities and Remuneration
The attractions of desert
Problems of desert
Just remuneration
Luck egalitarianism
Justice as Critique: Socialist Approaches
Formal justice and the critique of rights
Material justice, exploitation and desert
Socialist justice
Justice as Empowerment: Feminist Approaches
A feminist reconstruction of justice
Oppression and domination
Critical reflections
Justice as Democracy: Political Approaches
The theory of social interaction
The presuppositions of communicative action
Habermasian justice
Critical comments
Global Justice: Cosmopolitan Approaches
A justice approach
A humanitarian approach
Justice and humanity
The International criminal courts and humanitarian intervention
Justice Restored?
But what is justice?
Justice in law
Justice in the economy
Justice and democracy
Guide to Further Reading
Bibliography
Index
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