This is the third volume of Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy. Since its revival in the 1970s political philosophy has been a vibrant field in philosophy, one that intersects with jurisprudence, normative economics, political theory in political science departments, and just war theory. OSPP aims to publish some of the best contemporary work in political philosophy and these closely related subfields.
This volume features ten papers and an introduction. The papers address a range of central topics and represent cutting edge work in the field. The first two parts of the volume deal with equality and justice and state legitimacy, while the final part looks at social issues that are not easily understood in terms of personal morality, yet which need not centrally involve the state.
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About the Author
David Sobel, Irwin and Marjorie Guttag Professor, Ethics and Political Philosophy, Syracuse University,Peter Vallentyne, Florence G. Kline Professor of Philosophy, University of Missouri,Steven Wall, Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona
David Sobel is Irwin and Marjorie Guttag Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at Syracuse University.
Peter Vallentyne is Florence G. Kline Chair in Philosophy at the University of Missouri.
Steven Wall is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona.
Table of Contents
Introduction, David Sobel
Part I: Equality and Justice
1. On the Contribution of Ex Ante to Ex Post Fairness, Keith Hyams
2. The Problem of Equality from a Political Economy Perspective: The Long View of History, Elizabeth Anderson
3. Liberal Equality and the Moral Status of Parent-Child Relationships, Serena Olsaretti
4. Doing Justice to Desert, George Sher
Part II: State Legitimacy
5. Counterfactual Justifications of the State, Ralf Bader
6. Political Philosophy and Epistemology: The Case of Public Reason, David Enoch
7. Proxy Battles in Just War Theory: Jus in Bello, the Site of Justice, and Feasibility Constraints, Seth Lazar and Laura Valentini
Part III: Further Topics
8. The Moral Neglect of Negligence, Seana Shiffrin
9. How to Guard Against the Risk of Living Too Long: the Case for Collective Pensions, Michael Otsuka
10. Authority and Harm, Jonathan Parry