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From the Publisher"...these highly technical essays show how matters of gender, disability, and being a child may affect the overall assessment regarding which theory should prevail. This book should seriously challenge sophisticated readers... Recommended..."
—A. S. Rosenbaum, Cleveland State University, CHOICE
"...The editors, Harty Brighouse and Ingrid Robeyns, open the collection with a brisk and helpful general introduction that sets up the debate and provides a summary of the nine central chapters of the book.... it is a virtue of this collection that it accomplishes its focused aim in a rigorous and sustained fashion, and it is a very valuable contribution of this volume as a whole that it should make both camps in this debate more reflective about what their distinctive claims are."
—Serena Olsaretti, ICREA, Pompue Fabra Umiversity and University of Cambridge, Social Theory and Practice