State University of New York Press (1997)

Assesses critically the work of Rawls, Walzer, and Habermas and presents a theory of justice that responds to two senses of pluralism.
Keywords Justice  Fairness  Cultural pluralism  Situation ethics
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Call number JC578.O55 1997
ISBN(s) 0791433889   9780791433874   0791433870   9780791433881
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