Lexington Books (2015)

Christoph Luetge
Technische Universität München
This book questions the often implicit assumption of many contemporary political philosophers that a society needs its citizens to adopt some shared basic qualities, views, or capabilities. Christoph Luetge provides an alternative view, which relies on mutual advantages as the fundamental basis of society
Keywords contractarianism  contractualism
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