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The Cambridge Rawls lexicon, edited by Jon Mandle, SUNY Albany and David A. Reidy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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The Cambridge Rawls lexicon
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edited by Jon Mandle, SUNY Albany and David A. Reidy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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"John Rawls is widely regarded as one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century, and his work has permanently shaped the nature and terms of moral and political philosophy, deploying a robust and specialized vocabulary that reaches beyond philosophy to political science, economics, sociology, and law. This volume is a complete and accessible guide to Rawls's vocabulary, with over 200 alphabetical encyclopaedic entries written by the world's leading Rawls scholars. From "basic structure" to "burdened society," from "Sidgwick" to "strains of commitment," and from "Nash point" to "natural duties," the volume covers the entirety of Rawls's central ideas and terminology, with illuminating detail and careful cross-referencing. It will be an essential resource for students and scholars of Rawls, as well as for other readers in political philosophy, ethics, political science, sociology, international relations and law"--
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Contents
  • Allocative justice
  • Victoria Costa
  • 33.
  • Civil disobedience
  • David Lyons
  • 34.
  • Close-knitness
  • Rex Martin
  • 35.
  • Cohen
  • G. A. Jon Mandle
  • Pete Murray
  • 36.
  • Cohen
  • Joshua Helena de Bres
  • 37.
  • Common good idea of justice
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 38.
  • Communitarianism
  • Daniel Weinstock
  • 39.
  • 4.
  • Comprehensive doctrine
  • Paul Voice
  • 40.
  • Conception of the good
  • Pete Murray
  • 41.
  • Congruence
  • Andrew Lister
  • 42.
  • Conscientious refusal
  • Altruism
  • David Lyons
  • 43.
  • Constitution and constitutional essentials
  • David A. Reidy
  • 44.
  • Constitutional consensus
  • George Klosko
  • 45.
  • Constructivism: Kantian
  • political /Larry Krasnoff
  • Jon Mandle
  • 46.
  • Cooperation and coordination
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 47.
  • Cosmopolitanism
  • Darrel Moellendorf
  • 48.
  • Counting principles
  • Jon Mandle
  • 49.
  • 5.
  • Culture
  • political vs. background /Micah Lewin D --
  • D.
  • 50.
  • Daniels
  • Norman Martin O'Neill and Juliana Bidadanure
  • 51.
  • Decent societies
  • Gillian Brock
  • 52.
  • Animals
  • Deliberative rationality
  • Henry S. Richardson
  • 53.
  • Democracy
  • Jeffrey Bercuson
  • 54.
  • Democratic peace
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 55.
  • Deontological vs. teleological theories
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • David A. Reidy
  • 56.
  • Desert
  • Jon Mandle
  • 57.
  • Desires
  • Alan W. Grose
  • 58.
  • Dewey
  • John Robert B. Talisse
  • 6.
  • 59.
  • Difference principle
  • Simon Laden
  • 60.
  • Distributive justice
  • Pete Murray
  • 61.
  • Dominant end theories
  • David A. Reidy
  • 62.
  • Aquinas
  • Duty of assistance
  • Darrel Moellendorf
  • 63.
  • Duty of civility
  • James Boettcher
  • 64.
  • Dworkin
  • Ronald Peter de Marneffe --
  • E.
  • 65.
  • A.
  • Thomas Daniel Dombrowski
  • The economy
  • Gerald Doppelt
  • 66.
  • Egoism
  • James P. Sterba
  • 67.
  • The environment
  • Jon Mandle
  • 68.
  • Envy
  • 7.
  • Steve Wall
  • 69.
  • Equal opportunity
  • democratic interpretation/ Rex Martin --
  • F.
  • 70.
  • Facts, general (in OP argument and as part of justification)
  • von Platz
  • 71.
  • Fair equality of opportunity
  • Aristotelian principle
  • Shlomi Segall
  • 72.
  • Fairness, principle of
  • David Lyons
  • 73.
  • Faith
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 74.
  • Family
  • S. A. Lloyd
  • Steven Wall
  • 75.
  • Feminism
  • S. A. Lloyd
  • 76.
  • Formal justice
  • Jon Mandle
  • 77.
  • The four-stage sequence
  • Miriam Ronzoni
  • 78.
  • 8.
  • Freedom
  • Jon Mandle
  • 79.
  • Freedom of speech
  • Colin Macleod
  • 80.
  • Freeman
  • Samuel Jeppe von Platz
  • 81.
  • Fundamental ideas (in justice as fairness)
  • Aristotle
  • Gilabert --
  • G.
  • 82.
  • Games
  • Simon Laden
  • 83.
  • Goodness as rationality
  • Pete Murray
  • 84.
  • Guilt and shame
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • David A. Reidy -- --
  • 9.
  • Arneson
  • Richard/Dale Dorsey
  • 1.
  • 10.
  • Arrow
  • Kenneth J. Iwao Hirose
  • 11.
  • Autonomy
  • moral Catherine Audard
  • 12.
  • Autonomy
  • political Catherine Audard
  • 13.
  • Abortion
  • Avoidance
  • method of Henry S. Richardson --
  • B.
  • 14.
  • Barry
  • Brian Rex Martin
  • 15.
  • Basic liberties
  • de Marneffe
  • 16.
  • James Boettcher
  • Basic needs
  • principle of Rodney G. Peffer
  • 17.
  • Basic structure of society
  • David A. Reidy
  • 18.
  • Beitz
  • Charles Matt Lister
  • 19.
  • Benevolent absolutism
  • 2.
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 20.
  • Berlin
  • Isaiah Daniel Weinstock
  • 21.
  • Branches of government
  • Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson
  • 22.
  • Buchanan
  • Allen Helena de Bres
  • Advantage, mutual vs. reciprocal
  • 23.
  • Burdened societies
  • Michael Blake
  • 24.
  • Burdens of judgment
  • Michael Blake --
  • C.
  • 25.
  • Capabilities
  • Henry S. Richardson
  • Colin Macleod
  • 26.
  • Care
  • Victoria Costa
  • 27.
  • Catholicism
  • James Boettcher
  • 28.
  • Chain connection
  • Jon Mandle
  • 29.
  • 3.
  • Circumstances of justice
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 30.
  • Citizen
  • Matt Lister
  • 31.
  • Civic humanism
  • Victoria Costa
  • 32.
  • Civic republicanism
  • Hart
  • Andrew Lister
  • 117.
  • Liberal conception of justice
  • Micah Lewin
  • 118.
  • Liberal people
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 119.
  • Liberalism as comprehensive doctrine
  • Todd Hedrick
  • H.L.A. Matt Lister
  • 120.
  • Liberalism, comprehensive vs. political
  • Micah Lewin
  • 121.
  • Libertarianism
  • Peter Vallentyne
  • 122.
  • Liberty, equal worth of
  • Adam Hosein
  • 123.
  • 88.
  • Liberty of conscience
  • Kevin Vallier
  • 124.
  • Locke, John
  • der Vossen
  • 125.
  • Love
  • Paul Voice
  • 126.
  • Luck egalitarianism
  • Health and health
  • V́eronique Munoz-Darde --
  • M.
  • 127.
  • The market
  • Andrew Lister
  • 128.
  • Marx
  • Karl Rodney G. Peffer
  • 129.
  • Maximin rule of choice
  • Norman Daniels
  • Jon Mandle
  • 130.
  • Migration
  • Michael Blake
  • 131.
  • Mill
  • John Stuart Catherine Audard
  • 132.
  • Mixed conceptions of justice
  • Veronique Munoz-Darde
  • 89.
  • 133.
  • Moral education
  • Victoria Costa
  • 134.
  • Moral person
  • David A. Reidy
  • 135.
  • Moral psychology
  • David A. Reidy
  • 136.
  • Hedonism
  • Moral sentiments
  • David A. Reidy
  • 137.
  • Moral theory
  • Paul Voice
  • 138.
  • Moral worth of persons
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro --
  • N.
  • 139.
  • de Bres
  • Nagel
  • Thomas Alan Thomas and Martin O'Neill
  • 140.
  • Nash point
  • Simon Laden
  • 141.
  • Natural duties
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 142.
  • Natural duty of justice
  • 90.
  • David Lyons
  • 143.
  • Natural talents
  • Adam Hosein
  • 144.
  • Neutrality
  • de Marneffe
  • 145.
  • Nozick
  • Robert Helga Varden
  • Hegel
  • 146.
  • Nussbaum
  • Martha Alan W. Grose --
  • O.
  • 147.
  • Objectivity
  • Daniel Weinstock
  • 148.
  • Obligations
  • Miriam Ronzoni
  • H.
  • G. W. F. Sibyl A. Schwarzenbach
  • 149.
  • Okin, Susan Moller
  • Michael Blake
  • 150.
  • The original position
  • Simon Laden
  • 151.
  • Outlaw states
  • Darrel Moellendorf
  • 152.
  • 91.
  • Overlapping consensus
  • Martin --
  • P.
  • 153.
  • Paternalism
  • de Marneffe
  • 154.
  • Peoples
  • de Bres
  • 155.
  • Higher-order interests
  • Perfectionism
  • Steven Wall
  • 156.
  • Plan of life
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 157.
  • Pogge
  • Thomas Jon Mandle
  • 158.
  • Political conception of justice
  • Adam Hosein
  • Micah Lewin
  • 159.
  • Political liberalism, justice as fairness as
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 160.
  • Political liberalisms, family of
  • Micah Lewin
  • 161.
  • Political obligation
  • George Klosko
  • 92.
  • 162.
  • Political virtues
  • James Boettcher
  • 163.
  • Practical reason
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 164.
  • Precepts of justice
  • Jon Mandle
  • 165.
  • Hobbes
  • Primary goods, social
  • Andreas Follesdal
  • 166.
  • The priority of the right over the good
  • Jaime Ahlberg
  • 167.
  • Procedural justice
  • Jon Garthoff
  • 168.
  • Promising
  • Thomas S. A. Lloyd
  • Adam Hosein
  • 169.
  • Property-owning democracy
  • Rodney G. Peffer
  • 170.
  • Public choice theory
  • Kevin Vallier
  • 171.
  • Public political culture
  • Ryan Prevnick
  • 93.
  • 172.
  • Public reason
  • Blain Neufeld
  • 173.
  • Publicity
  • Jon Garthoff --
  • R.
  • 174.
  • Race
  • Kevin M. Graham
  • Human rights
  • 175.
  • Rational choice theory
  • Iwao Hirose
  • 176.
  • Rational intuitionism
  • Jon Mandle
  • 177.
  • Realistic utopia
  • Catherine Audard
  • 178.
  • Gillian Brock
  • The reasonable and the rational
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 179.
  • Reasonable hope
  • Paul Voice
  • 180.
  • Reasonable pluralism
  • Andrew Lister
  • 181.
  • Reciprocity
  • 85.
  • 94.
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 182.
  • Reconciliation
  • Todd Hedrick
  • 183.
  • Redress
  • principle of /Steven Wall
  • 184.
  • Reflective equilibrium
  • Norman Daniels
  • Hume
  • 185.
  • Religion
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 186.
  • Respect for persons
  • Nir Eyal
  • 187.
  • Right: concept of, and formal constraints of
  • Jeppe von Platz
  • 188.
  • David Jon Mandle --
  • Rights,constitutional
  • Frank I. Michelman
  • 189.
  • Rights, moral and legal
  • Alistair Macleod
  • 190.
  • Rorty, Richard
  • Robert B. Talisse
  • 191.
  • Ross
  • I.
  • W. D. Adam Cureton
  • 192.
  • Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
  • Jeffrey Bercuson
  • 193.
  • Rule of law
  • David A. Reidy
  • 194.
  • Rules (two concepts of)
  • Daniel Weinstock --
  • 95.
  • S.
  • 195.
  • Sandel, Michael
  • Robert B. Talisse
  • 196.
  • Scanlon, T. M.
  • de Marneffe
  • 197.
  • Self-interest
  • Adam Cureton
  • Ideal and nonideal theory
  • 198.
  • Self-respect
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 199.
  • Sen, Amartya
  • Pablo Gilabert
  • 200.
  • Sense of justice
  • Jon Mandle
  • 201.
  • James W. Nickel
  • Sidgwick
  • Henry Catherine Audard
  • 202.
  • Sin
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 203.
  • Social choice theory
  • Iwao Hirose
  • 204.
  • Social contract
  • 96.
  • Andrew Lister
  • 205.
  • Social minimum
  • Walter E. Schaller
  • 206.
  • Social union
  • Sibyl A. Schwarzenbach
  • 207.
  • Socialism
  • Rodney G. Peffer
  • Individualism
  • 208.
  • Society of peoples
  • Chris Naticchia
  • 209.
  • Soper, Philip
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 210.
  • Sovereignty
  • Matt Lister
  • 211.
  • de Marneffe
  • Stability
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 212.
  • Statesman and duty of statesmanship
  • Jon Mandle
  • 213.
  • Strains of commitment
  • David Lefkowitz
  • 214.
  • Supreme Court and judicial review
  • Happiness
  • 97.
  • Todd Hedrick --
  • T.
  • 215.
  • Taxation
  • Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson
  • 216.
  • Thin and full theories of good
  • Paul Weithman
  • 217.
  • Toleration
  • Institutions
  • Daniel Weinstock
  • 218.
  • Truth
  • Henry S. Richardson
  • 219.
  • The two principles of justice (in justice as fairness)
  • Pablo Gilabert --
  • U.
  • 220.
  • Unity of self
  • Miriam Ronzoni
  • David A. Reidy
  • 221.
  • Utilitarianism
  • Rahul Kumar
  • 222.
  • Utility
  • Jon Mandle --
  • W.
  • 223.
  • Walzer, Michael
  • 98.
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 224.
  • Well-ordered society
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 225.
  • Wittgenstein
  • Ludwig Martin O'Neill
  • Intuitionism
  • Chris Naticchia --
  • J.
  • 99.
  • Just war theory
  • David Lefkowitz
  • David A. Reidy
  • 100.
  • Justice and interpersonal comparison
  • Iwao Hirose
  • 101.
  • Justice
  • concept of Jo ão Cardoso Rosas
  • 102.
  • Justification: freestanding
  • Jonathan Quong
  • 103.
  • 86.
  • Justification vs. proof
  • Jonathan Quong --
  • K.
  • 104.
  • Kant, Immanuel
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 105.
  • Kantian interpretation
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 106.
  • Harsanyi
  • King
  • Martin Luther/ Jr. Kevin Vallier
  • 107.
  • Kohlberg, Lawrence
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 108.
  • Kymlicka, Will Jo ão
  • Cardoso Rosas --
  • L.
  • 109.
  • John C. Iwao Hirose
  • Law of Peoples
  • Gillian Brock
  • 110.
  • Law, system of
  • David A. Reidy
  • 111.
  • Least-advantaged position
  • Paul Voice
  • 112.
  • Legitimacy
  • 87.
  • J. Donald Moon --
  • 113. Legitimate expectations Martin O'Neill
  • 114.
  • Leibniz
  • G. W. Jon Mandle
  • 115.
  • Leisure
  • Kristi A. Olson
  • 116.
  • Lexical priority: liberty, opportunity, wealth
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Contents
  • Allocative justice
  • Victoria Costa
  • 33.
  • Civil disobedience
  • David Lyons
  • 34.
  • Close-knitness
  • Rex Martin
  • 35.
  • Cohen
  • G. A. Jon Mandle
  • Pete Murray
  • 36.
  • Cohen
  • Joshua Helena de Bres
  • 37.
  • Common good idea of justice
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 38.
  • Communitarianism
  • Daniel Weinstock
  • 39.
  • 4.
  • Comprehensive doctrine
  • Paul Voice
  • 40.
  • Conception of the good
  • Pete Murray
  • 41.
  • Congruence
  • Andrew Lister
  • 42.
  • Conscientious refusal
  • Altruism
  • David Lyons
  • 43.
  • Constitution and constitutional essentials
  • David A. Reidy
  • 44.
  • Constitutional consensus
  • George Klosko
  • 45.
  • Constructivism: Kantian
  • political /Larry Krasnoff
  • Jon Mandle
  • 46.
  • Cooperation and coordination
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 47.
  • Cosmopolitanism
  • Darrel Moellendorf
  • 48.
  • Counting principles
  • Jon Mandle
  • 49.
  • 5.
  • Culture
  • political vs. background /Micah Lewin D --
  • D.
  • 50.
  • Daniels
  • Norman Martin O'Neill and Juliana Bidadanure
  • 51.
  • Decent societies
  • Gillian Brock
  • 52.
  • Animals
  • Deliberative rationality
  • Henry S. Richardson
  • 53.
  • Democracy
  • Jeffrey Bercuson
  • 54.
  • Democratic peace
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 55.
  • Deontological vs. teleological theories
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • David A. Reidy
  • 56.
  • Desert
  • Jon Mandle
  • 57.
  • Desires
  • Alan W. Grose
  • 58.
  • Dewey
  • John Robert B. Talisse
  • 6.
  • 59.
  • Difference principle
  • Simon Laden
  • 60.
  • Distributive justice
  • Pete Murray
  • 61.
  • Dominant end theories
  • David A. Reidy
  • 62.
  • Aquinas
  • Duty of assistance
  • Darrel Moellendorf
  • 63.
  • Duty of civility
  • James Boettcher
  • 64.
  • Dworkin
  • Ronald Peter de Marneffe --
  • E.
  • 65.
  • A.
  • Thomas Daniel Dombrowski
  • The economy
  • Gerald Doppelt
  • 66.
  • Egoism
  • James P. Sterba
  • 67.
  • The environment
  • Jon Mandle
  • 68.
  • Envy
  • 7.
  • Steve Wall
  • 69.
  • Equal opportunity
  • democratic interpretation/ Rex Martin --
  • F.
  • 70.
  • Facts, general (in OP argument and as part of justification)
  • von Platz
  • 71.
  • Fair equality of opportunity
  • Aristotelian principle
  • Shlomi Segall
  • 72.
  • Fairness, principle of
  • David Lyons
  • 73.
  • Faith
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 74.
  • Family
  • S. A. Lloyd
  • Steven Wall
  • 75.
  • Feminism
  • S. A. Lloyd
  • 76.
  • Formal justice
  • Jon Mandle
  • 77.
  • The four-stage sequence
  • Miriam Ronzoni
  • 78.
  • 8.
  • Freedom
  • Jon Mandle
  • 79.
  • Freedom of speech
  • Colin Macleod
  • 80.
  • Freeman
  • Samuel Jeppe von Platz
  • 81.
  • Fundamental ideas (in justice as fairness)
  • Aristotle
  • Gilabert --
  • G.
  • 82.
  • Games
  • Simon Laden
  • 83.
  • Goodness as rationality
  • Pete Murray
  • 84.
  • Guilt and shame
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • David A. Reidy -- --
  • 9.
  • Arneson
  • Richard/Dale Dorsey
  • 1.
  • 10.
  • Arrow
  • Kenneth J. Iwao Hirose
  • 11.
  • Autonomy
  • moral Catherine Audard
  • 12.
  • Autonomy
  • political Catherine Audard
  • 13.
  • Abortion
  • Avoidance
  • method of Henry S. Richardson --
  • B.
  • 14.
  • Barry
  • Brian Rex Martin
  • 15.
  • Basic liberties
  • de Marneffe
  • 16.
  • James Boettcher
  • Basic needs
  • principle of Rodney G. Peffer
  • 17.
  • Basic structure of society
  • David A. Reidy
  • 18.
  • Beitz
  • Charles Matt Lister
  • 19.
  • Benevolent absolutism
  • 2.
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 20.
  • Berlin
  • Isaiah Daniel Weinstock
  • 21.
  • Branches of government
  • Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson
  • 22.
  • Buchanan
  • Allen Helena de Bres
  • Advantage, mutual vs. reciprocal
  • 23.
  • Burdened societies
  • Michael Blake
  • 24.
  • Burdens of judgment
  • Michael Blake --
  • C.
  • 25.
  • Capabilities
  • Henry S. Richardson
  • Colin Macleod
  • 26.
  • Care
  • Victoria Costa
  • 27.
  • Catholicism
  • James Boettcher
  • 28.
  • Chain connection
  • Jon Mandle
  • 29.
  • 3.
  • Circumstances of justice
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 30.
  • Citizen
  • Matt Lister
  • 31.
  • Civic humanism
  • Victoria Costa
  • 32.
  • Civic republicanism
  • Hart
  • Andrew Lister
  • 117.
  • Liberal conception of justice
  • Micah Lewin
  • 118.
  • Liberal people
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 119.
  • Liberalism as comprehensive doctrine
  • Todd Hedrick
  • H.L.A. Matt Lister
  • 120.
  • Liberalism, comprehensive vs. political
  • Micah Lewin
  • 121.
  • Libertarianism
  • Peter Vallentyne
  • 122.
  • Liberty, equal worth of
  • Adam Hosein
  • 123.
  • 88.
  • Liberty of conscience
  • Kevin Vallier
  • 124.
  • Locke, John
  • der Vossen
  • 125.
  • Love
  • Paul Voice
  • 126.
  • Luck egalitarianism
  • Health and health
  • V́eronique Munoz-Darde --
  • M.
  • 127.
  • The market
  • Andrew Lister
  • 128.
  • Marx
  • Karl Rodney G. Peffer
  • 129.
  • Maximin rule of choice
  • Norman Daniels
  • Jon Mandle
  • 130.
  • Migration
  • Michael Blake
  • 131.
  • Mill
  • John Stuart Catherine Audard
  • 132.
  • Mixed conceptions of justice
  • Veronique Munoz-Darde
  • 89.
  • 133.
  • Moral education
  • Victoria Costa
  • 134.
  • Moral person
  • David A. Reidy
  • 135.
  • Moral psychology
  • David A. Reidy
  • 136.
  • Hedonism
  • Moral sentiments
  • David A. Reidy
  • 137.
  • Moral theory
  • Paul Voice
  • 138.
  • Moral worth of persons
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro --
  • N.
  • 139.
  • de Bres
  • Nagel
  • Thomas Alan Thomas and Martin O'Neill
  • 140.
  • Nash point
  • Simon Laden
  • 141.
  • Natural duties
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 142.
  • Natural duty of justice
  • 90.
  • David Lyons
  • 143.
  • Natural talents
  • Adam Hosein
  • 144.
  • Neutrality
  • de Marneffe
  • 145.
  • Nozick
  • Robert Helga Varden
  • Hegel
  • 146.
  • Nussbaum
  • Martha Alan W. Grose --
  • O.
  • 147.
  • Objectivity
  • Daniel Weinstock
  • 148.
  • Obligations
  • Miriam Ronzoni
  • H.
  • G. W. F. Sibyl A. Schwarzenbach
  • 149.
  • Okin, Susan Moller
  • Michael Blake
  • 150.
  • The original position
  • Simon Laden
  • 151.
  • Outlaw states
  • Darrel Moellendorf
  • 152.
  • 91.
  • Overlapping consensus
  • Martin --
  • P.
  • 153.
  • Paternalism
  • de Marneffe
  • 154.
  • Peoples
  • de Bres
  • 155.
  • Higher-order interests
  • Perfectionism
  • Steven Wall
  • 156.
  • Plan of life
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 157.
  • Pogge
  • Thomas Jon Mandle
  • 158.
  • Political conception of justice
  • Adam Hosein
  • Micah Lewin
  • 159.
  • Political liberalism, justice as fairness as
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 160.
  • Political liberalisms, family of
  • Micah Lewin
  • 161.
  • Political obligation
  • George Klosko
  • 92.
  • 162.
  • Political virtues
  • James Boettcher
  • 163.
  • Practical reason
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 164.
  • Precepts of justice
  • Jon Mandle
  • 165.
  • Hobbes
  • Primary goods, social
  • Andreas Follesdal
  • 166.
  • The priority of the right over the good
  • Jaime Ahlberg
  • 167.
  • Procedural justice
  • Jon Garthoff
  • 168.
  • Promising
  • Thomas S. A. Lloyd
  • Adam Hosein
  • 169.
  • Property-owning democracy
  • Rodney G. Peffer
  • 170.
  • Public choice theory
  • Kevin Vallier
  • 171.
  • Public political culture
  • Ryan Prevnick
  • 93.
  • 172.
  • Public reason
  • Blain Neufeld
  • 173.
  • Publicity
  • Jon Garthoff --
  • R.
  • 174.
  • Race
  • Kevin M. Graham
  • Human rights
  • 175.
  • Rational choice theory
  • Iwao Hirose
  • 176.
  • Rational intuitionism
  • Jon Mandle
  • 177.
  • Realistic utopia
  • Catherine Audard
  • 178.
  • Gillian Brock
  • The reasonable and the rational
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 179.
  • Reasonable hope
  • Paul Voice
  • 180.
  • Reasonable pluralism
  • Andrew Lister
  • 181.
  • Reciprocity
  • 85.
  • 94.
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 182.
  • Reconciliation
  • Todd Hedrick
  • 183.
  • Redress
  • principle of /Steven Wall
  • 184.
  • Reflective equilibrium
  • Norman Daniels
  • Hume
  • 185.
  • Religion
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 186.
  • Respect for persons
  • Nir Eyal
  • 187.
  • Right: concept of, and formal constraints of
  • Jeppe von Platz
  • 188.
  • David Jon Mandle --
  • Rights,constitutional
  • Frank I. Michelman
  • 189.
  • Rights, moral and legal
  • Alistair Macleod
  • 190.
  • Rorty, Richard
  • Robert B. Talisse
  • 191.
  • Ross
  • I.
  • W. D. Adam Cureton
  • 192.
  • Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
  • Jeffrey Bercuson
  • 193.
  • Rule of law
  • David A. Reidy
  • 194.
  • Rules (two concepts of)
  • Daniel Weinstock --
  • 95.
  • S.
  • 195.
  • Sandel, Michael
  • Robert B. Talisse
  • 196.
  • Scanlon, T. M.
  • de Marneffe
  • 197.
  • Self-interest
  • Adam Cureton
  • Ideal and nonideal theory
  • 198.
  • Self-respect
  • Faviola Rivera-Castro
  • 199.
  • Sen, Amartya
  • Pablo Gilabert
  • 200.
  • Sense of justice
  • Jon Mandle
  • 201.
  • James W. Nickel
  • Sidgwick
  • Henry Catherine Audard
  • 202.
  • Sin
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 203.
  • Social choice theory
  • Iwao Hirose
  • 204.
  • Social contract
  • 96.
  • Andrew Lister
  • 205.
  • Social minimum
  • Walter E. Schaller
  • 206.
  • Social union
  • Sibyl A. Schwarzenbach
  • 207.
  • Socialism
  • Rodney G. Peffer
  • Individualism
  • 208.
  • Society of peoples
  • Chris Naticchia
  • 209.
  • Soper, Philip
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 210.
  • Sovereignty
  • Matt Lister
  • 211.
  • de Marneffe
  • Stability
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 212.
  • Statesman and duty of statesmanship
  • Jon Mandle
  • 213.
  • Strains of commitment
  • David Lefkowitz
  • 214.
  • Supreme Court and judicial review
  • Happiness
  • 97.
  • Todd Hedrick --
  • T.
  • 215.
  • Taxation
  • Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson
  • 216.
  • Thin and full theories of good
  • Paul Weithman
  • 217.
  • Toleration
  • Institutions
  • Daniel Weinstock
  • 218.
  • Truth
  • Henry S. Richardson
  • 219.
  • The two principles of justice (in justice as fairness)
  • Pablo Gilabert --
  • U.
  • 220.
  • Unity of self
  • Miriam Ronzoni
  • David A. Reidy
  • 221.
  • Utilitarianism
  • Rahul Kumar
  • 222.
  • Utility
  • Jon Mandle --
  • W.
  • 223.
  • Walzer, Michael
  • 98.
  • Daniel Dombrowski
  • 224.
  • Well-ordered society
  • J. Donald Moon
  • 225.
  • Wittgenstein
  • Ludwig Martin O'Neill
  • Intuitionism
  • Chris Naticchia --
  • J.
  • 99.
  • Just war theory
  • David Lefkowitz
  • David A. Reidy
  • 100.
  • Justice and interpersonal comparison
  • Iwao Hirose
  • 101.
  • Justice
  • concept of Jo ão Cardoso Rosas
  • 102.
  • Justification: freestanding
  • Jonathan Quong
  • 103.
  • 86.
  • Justification vs. proof
  • Jonathan Quong --
  • K.
  • 104.
  • Kant, Immanuel
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 105.
  • Kantian interpretation
  • Larry Krasnoff
  • 106.
  • Harsanyi
  • King
  • Martin Luther/ Jr. Kevin Vallier
  • 107.
  • Kohlberg, Lawrence
  • Walter J. Riker
  • 108.
  • Kymlicka, Will Jo ão
  • Cardoso Rosas --
  • L.
  • 109.
  • John C. Iwao Hirose
  • Law of Peoples
  • Gillian Brock
  • 110.
  • Law, system of
  • David A. Reidy
  • 111.
  • Least-advantaged position
  • Paul Voice
  • 112.
  • Legitimacy
  • 87.
  • J. Donald Moon --
  • 113. Legitimate expectations Martin O'Neill
  • 114.
  • Leibniz
  • G. W. Jon Mandle
  • 115.
  • Leisure
  • Kristi A. Olson
  • 116.
  • Lexical priority: liberty, opportunity, wealth
Control code
880541509
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxiii, 897 pages
Isbn
9781139026741
Lccn
2014020026
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)880541509

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