THE DIVERSITY OF OBJECTIONS TO INEQUALITY

@inproceedings{T2013THEDO,
  title={THE DIVERSITY OF OBJECTIONS TO INEQUALITY},
  author={T. and Michael Scanlon and Alford},
  year={2013}
}
goal-conformity to a certain pattern-to which special moral value is attached.2 I will begin by distinguishing what seem to me to be the fundamental moral reasons lying behind our objections to various forms of inequality. l will then illustrate these ideas by showing how they figure in various ways in Rawls's views about distributive justice. Finally, I will return to examine one of these values-the one which seems the most purely egalitarian-in more detail. Let me turn, then, to an… CONTINUE READING

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