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A distinction within egalitarianism

By A. Carter


There are two different ways in which an egalitarian might evaluate momentary distributions. This suggests two different egalitarian theories, with each theory focusing upon a different value. However, there may well be reason for refusing to make a choice between these theories, and recognizing both values, instead. However, this would suggest that egalitarianism may be more pluralist than has generally been presupposed

Topics: BJ
Year: 2011
DOI identifier: 10.5840/jphil20111081029
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