Relational Egalitarianism : Living as Equals

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Relational Egalitarianism : Living as Equals

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 252 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781107158900
  • DDC分類 320

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Over the last twenty years, many political philosophers have rejected the idea that justice is fundamentally about distribution. Rather, justice is about social relations, and the so-called distributive paradigm should be replaced by a new relational paradigm. Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen seeks to describe, refine, and assess these thoughts and to propose a comprehensive form of egalitarianism which includes central elements from both relational and distributive paradigms. He shows why many of the challenges that luck egalitarianism faces reappear, once we try to specify relational egalitarianism more fully. His discussion advances understanding of the nature of the relational ideal, and introduces new conceptual tools for understanding it and for exploring the important question of why it is desirable in the first place to relate as equals. Even severe critics of the distributive understanding of justice will find that this book casts important new light on the ideal to which they subscribe.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Acknowledgements xiii
1 Introduction 1 (22)
1.1 The Distributive Ideal of Justice 1 (3)
1.2 The Relational Ideal of Justice 4 (7)
1.3 Relational Egalitarianism: A 11 (5)
Thumbnail Sketch of Its Recent History
1.4 An Overview of the Book 16 (4)
1.5 Summary 20 (3)
PART I NATURE
2 Relational Egalitarianism 23 (38)
2.1 Introduction 23 (1)
2.2 Luck Egalitarianism versus Relational 24 (4)
Egalitarianism
2.3 Anderson's Critique of Luck 28 (8)
Egalitarianism
2.4 Democratic Equality 36 (5)
2.5 Scheffler's Critique of Luck 41 (10)
Egalitarianism
2.6 The Egalitarian Deliberative 51 (6)
Constraint
2.7 A Comparison 57 (2)
2.8 Conclusion 59 (2)
3 Relating to One Another As Equals 61 (33)
3.1 Introduction 61 (2)
3.2 Equals with Regard to What? 63 (7)
3.3 Relating, Regarding and Treating 70 (3)
3.4 Treating As 73 (7)
3.5 Equals 80 (5)
3.6 Regarding As Equals 85 (2)
3.7 The Ideal of Relational Equality and 87 (5)
Ideal Ways of Relating As Equals
3.8 Conclusion 92 (2)
4 Equality and Being in a Position to Hold 94 (27)
Others Accountable: A Case Study
4.1 Introduction 94 (3)
4.2 What Is Hypocritical Blame? 97 (5)
4.3 Wallace's Egalitarian Account of the 102 (3)
Distinctive Wrongness of Hypocrisy
4.4 Why Not Hypocrisy? 105 (5)
4.5 Hypocrisy and Relational Equality 110 (6)
4.6 Conclusion 116 (5)
PART II SITE, SCOPE AND JUSTIFICATION
5 Egalitarian Relations: Time, Site and 121 (33)
Scope
5.1 Introduction 121 (2)
5.2 Intergenerational Justice 123 (7)
5.3 Age 130 (6)
5.4 Site 136 (10)
5.5 Scope 146 (7)
5.6 Conclusion 153 (1)
6 Justification of and by the Ideal 154 (27)
6.1 Introduction 154 (1)
6.2 Instrumentally Valuable 155 (4)
6.3 Non-Instrumentally Valuable for 159 (7)
Persons
6.4 Impersonally Valuable 166 (4)
6.5 Not (Primarily) Valuable, but Required 170 (4)
6.6 Aims of Real-Life Egalitarians and 174 (3)
the Value of Equality
6.7 Conclusion 177 (4)
PART III RELATIONAL AND DISTRIBUTIVE EQUALITY
7 Pluralist Egalitarianism 181 (30)
7.1 Introduction 181 (1)
7.2 Consistency 182 (3)
7.3 An Underlying Disagreement about 185 (7)
Justification?
7.4 Reduction 192 (9)
7.5 Dispositional Egalitarianism 201 (4)
7.6 Pluralist Egalitarianism 205 (5)
7.7 Conclusion 210 (1)
8 Often the Twain Meet 211 (25)
8.1 Introduction 211 (1)
8.2 Anderson on Equality of Opportunity 212 (5)
and/or Capability
8.3 Offensive Tastes 217 (5)
8.4 Snobbery 222 (5)
8.5 Dworkinian Bureaucracy 227 (3)
8.6 Cohen on Justificatory Community 230 (3)
8.7 Communal Camping 233 (2)
8.8 Conclusion 235 (1)
9 Conclusion 236 (3)
References 239 (8)
Index 247