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Justice Tom Campbell

Justice By Tom Campbell

Justice by Tom Campbell

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An introduction to five major normative approaches to justice through the work of leading contemporary theorists, each of which is considered in its own terms. The final chapter examines the socialist critique of liberal theories of justice and explores the place of justice within socialism.

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Justice by Tom Campbell

'...a fine critical introduction...which will be invaluable to students...[A]lways succinct and lucid, always fair-minded...this is certain to become the standard text on contemporary theories of justice.' - David Miller, Journal of Social Policy

Table of Contents

What Justice is About - Justice as Rights: Dworkin's Minorities - Justice as Contract: Rawls and Welfare - Justice as Dialogue: Ackerman and the Law of Contract - Justice as Efficiency: Posner and Criminal Justice - Justice as Desert: Sadurski and Remuneration - The Socialist Critique of Justice - Guide to Further Reading - Bibliography - Index

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Justice by Tom Campbell
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Palgrave Macmillan
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