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Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?

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Very interesting book, and very well written, easy to understand and really does pull the reader in and holds their attention (it did for me). My favorite part about the book are the arguments he gave to different issues, he really does challenge your way of thinking. I...
Very interesting book, and very well written, easy to understand and really does pull the reader in and holds their attention (it did for me). My favorite part about the book are the arguments he gave to different issues, he really does challenge your way of thinking. If you agreed about a certain issue in one way he has a nag of presenting a different way which can be very opposite to your way of thinking, but still is very valid, which forces you to rethink the issue and your own way of understanding it and ultimately your opinion. Loved it and would totally recommend it to others.

posted by DiniOv on December 11, 2009

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5 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

Sandel's Justice is well written but substantively flawed.

I enjoyed reading Michael Sandel's Justice. It is a thoughtful account of political thought on justice. Regretably, he ommitted any discussion of cosmopolitanism which has emerged in the past 25 years or so as a major response to Rawls and the nationalistic, nation-stat...
I enjoyed reading Michael Sandel's Justice. It is a thoughtful account of political thought on justice. Regretably, he ommitted any discussion of cosmopolitanism which has emerged in the past 25 years or so as a major response to Rawls and the nationalistic, nation-state focus of liberalism.

posted by Netdoc73 on November 11, 2009

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