Politics, Philosophy and Economics 20 (4):339-356 (2021)

Robert Goodin
Australian National University
Christian Barry
Australian National University
Some of the most invidious injustices are seemingly the results of impersonal workings of rigged social structures. Who bears responsibility for the injustices perpetrated through them? Iris Marion...
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