Responsibility for structural injustice: A third thought

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