The Library of Essays on Justice
Series Editor: Tom D.Campbell, Centre for Applied Philosophy
and Public Ethics,
Charles Sturt University, Australia
Justice is one of the most enduring and central concepts within
applied philosophy, and generates a vast and varied literature.In
recent decades several topics within the field have undergone
significant development and this six-volume series, which brings
together the best and most important contemporary articles on
justice, constitutes a much needed update on the current state of
research in this field.
The series includes articles relating to the general theory of
justice, where renewed attention has been given to the notion of
desert and procedural justice, along with constitutional law and
distributive justice, where important recent work on egalitarianism
has emerged. More recently, the discourse on justice has also
become entwined with political debate and the series includes
articles relating to the application of justice to areas such as
global institutions, and to ideals such as equality, reciprocity,
humanity and rights.
The editors of each volume have been selected for their eminence
in the study of law, politics and philosophy and their specially
commissioned introductions present an overview of the issues in
that particular volume together with comments on the background and
significance of their selection. The essays are reproduced in full
with the original pagination for ease of reference and
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