Strategic Justice: Convention and Problems of Balancing Divergent Interests

Oup Usa (2018)

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The author defends the ancient claim that justice is at bottom a body of social conventions. Recent analytical and empirical concepts and results from the social sciences together with insights and arguments of past masters of moral and political philosophy are integrated into a new game-theoretic conventionalist analysis of justice.

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Peter Vanderschraaf
University of California, Merced

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