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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Barry, Brian M.
Title Statement
Justice as impartiality / Brian Barry.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford [England] :   Clarendon Press ;   New York :   Oxford University Press,   1995.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 315 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Oxford political theory
ISBN
0198279132 (acid-free paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [267]-291) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Justice. Fairness.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
PART Ⅰ ― IMPARTIALITY AND JUSTICE
 1. IMPARTIALITY
  1. Introduction = 3
  2. The Common-sense Idea of Impartiality = 13
  3. Impartial Conceptions of the Good = 20
  4. Consequentialist Impartiality = 23
 2. JUSTICE AS MUTUAL ADVANTAGE AND JUSTICE AS RECIPROCITY
  5. The Problem = 28
  6. Justice as Mutual Advantage = 31
  7. Is It Justice? = 39
  8. Justice as Reciprocity = 46
 3. JUSTICE AS IMPARTIALITY
  9. The Rawlsian Construction = 52
  10. "The Strains of Commintment' = 61
  11. The Scanlonian Alternative = 67
  12. Justice and Morality = 72
 4. THE POLITICAL THEORY OF IMPARTIAL JUSTICE
  13. Two Approaches to Constitution-Making = 80
  14. The Harm Principle and the Preclusion Principle = 86
  15. Social Justice in the Courts = 93
  16. Procedures and Social Justice = 99
  17. Conclusion = 111
PART Ⅱ ― JUSTICE AND THE GOOD
 5. IS IMPARTIAL JUSTICE A FRAUD?
  18. Introduction = 119
  19. three Varieties of Liberal Individualism = 124
  20. Liberal Conceptions of the Good(1) : Autonomy = 128
  21. Liberal Conceptions of the Good(2) : Want-Satisfaction = 133
 6. THE IDEA OF NEUTRALITY
  22. Two Kinds of Neutrality = 139
  23. Rival Conceptions of voting = 145
  24. A Test Case : The Contingent Valuation Method = 152
 7. JUSTIFYING IMPARTIAL JUSTICE
  25. Introduction = 160
  26. The Agreement Motive = 164
  27. The Need for Scepticism = 168
  28. Equal Respect = 173
  29. Eqistmological Restraint = 177
  30. The Case of Rawls = 183
PART Ⅲ ― SOME MISTAKES ABOUT IMPARTIALITY
 8. IMPARTIAL JUSTICE AND INDIVIDUAL DISCRETION
  31. Partialists versus Impartialists; An Ill-Joined Battle = 191
  32. The a priori Approach and the Empirical Approach = 195
  33. The a priori Approach = 200
  34. The Empirical Approach = 207
  35. Procedural Justice = 213
 9. LEVELS OF IMPARTIALITY
  36. Utilitarianism and Kantianism as Impartialist Theories = 217
  37. The 'Famous Fire Cause' = 222
  38. The 'Famous Fire Cause' Revived = 228
 10. KOHLBERG AND THE FEMINIST CRITIQUE OF IMPARTIALITY
  39. Introduction = 234
  40. Two Dilemmas = 237
  41. Justice and Caring = 246
  42. Conclusion = 255
APPENDIX : The Captain's Dilemma = 258
Notes = 267
Index = 293


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