Responsibility and Distributive Justice available in Hardcover
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The explosion of philosophical interest in such questions has been fuelled by increased focus on individual responsibility in political debates. Political philosophers, especially egalitarians, have responded to such developments by attempting to map out the proper place for responsibility in theories of justice. Responsibility and Distributive Justice both reflects on these recent developments in normative political theory and moves the debate forwards. Written by established experts in the field and emerging scholars, it contains essays previously unpublished in academic books or journals. It will be of interest to researchers and students in political and moral philosophy.
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About the Author
Carl Knight is Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Thought at the University of Glasgow and is also a Senior Research Associate at the University of Johannesburg. He has published several articles on responsibility and distributive justice and is the author of Luck Egalitarianism: Equality, Responsibility, and Justice (Edinburgh University Press, 2009).
Zofia Stemplowska is Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Oxford. She has published articles on responsibility and distributive justice and on other topics.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Carl Knight and Zofia Stemplowska
1. Luck Egalitarianism - A Primer, Richard J. Arneson
2. Justice, Equality, Fairness, Desert, Rights, Free Will, Responsibility, and Luck, Larry Temkin
3. Four Approaches to Equal Opportunity, Marc Fleurbaey
4. Luck Egalitarianism and Group Responsibility, Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen
5. Responsibility and Respect: Reconciling Two Egalitarian Visions, Zofia Stemplowska
6. Mad, Bad, or Faulty? Desert in Distributive and Retributive Justice, Matt Matravers
7. Responsibility, Desert, and Justice, Carl Knight
8. Responsibility and False Beliefs, Peter Vallentyne
9. The Public Ecology of Responsibility, Susan Hurley
10. The Apparent Asymmetry of Responsibility, Avner de-Shalit and Jonathan Wolff
11. Taking Up the Slack? Responsibility and Justice in Situations of Partial Compliance, David Miller
12. Luck Prioritarian Justice in Health, Shlomi Segall
13. Individual and Social Responsibility for Health, Norman Daniels