The Value of Chance and the Satisfaction of Claims

Journal of Philosophy 116 (9):469-493 (2019)
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Abstract

A new explanation for the fairness of lotteries is presented. The explanation draws on elements of John Broome's and Richard Bradley's accounts, but is distinct from both of them. I start with Broome's idea that the fairness of lotteries has something to do with satisfying claims in a way which is proportional to their strength. I present an intuitive explication of

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Ittay Nissan-Rozen
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