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On the Currency of Egalitarian Justice, and Other Essays in Political Philosophy
G. A. Cohen
Edited by Michael Otsuka

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editor's Preface vii
Acknowledgments xiii

Part One: Luck Egalitarianism

Chapter One: On the Currency of Egalitarian Justice 3
Chapter Two: Equality of What? On Welfare, Goods, and Capabilities 44
Afterword to Chapters One and Two 61
Chapter Three: Sen on Capability, Freedom, and Control 73
Chapter Four: Expensive Taste Rides Again 81
Chapter Five: Luck and Equality 116
Chapter Six: Fairness and Legitimacy in Justice, And: Does Option Luck Ever Preserve Justice? 124

Part Two: Freedom and Property

Chapter Seven: Capitalism, Freedom, and the Proletariat 147
Chapter Eight: Freedom and Money 166
Two Addenda to "Freedom and Money" 193

Part Three: Ideal Theory and Political Practice

Chapter Nine: Mind the Gap 203
Chapter Ten: Back to Socialist Basics 211
Chapter Eleven: How to Do Political Philosophy 225
Chapter Twelve: Rescuing Justice from Constructivism and Equality from the Basic Structure Restriction 236
Works Cited 255
Index 263

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