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OF JUSTICE : Relevance of Weber ’ s Approach

@inproceedings{Lane2017OFJ,
  title={OF JUSTICE : Relevance of Weber ’ s Approach},
  author={Jan Erik Lane},
  year={2017}
}
A book so overall critical as The Idea of Justice by A. Sen requires a Popper inspired examination. The results are that his rejection of Rawls is flawed and that he entirely lacks meta-ethics. The continental Weberian approach to normative enquiry has been severely neglected by many scholars in the Anglo-Saxon tradition, trying in vain to identify the true nature of justice. Instead of searching for a Platonic idea of justice, one should examine today’s conflicts over justice looking to the… 

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