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Concepts of justice

Author: D D Raphael
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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"In Concepts of Justice David Raphael gives a philosophical survey of the development of the idea of justice. While the framework is historical, the aim is philosophical analysis and criticism, rather than the discovery of fresh historical facts." "Raphael does not assume that the theories of philosophers must reflect the thought and usage of people generally: some do while others are idiosyncratic, and a number of  Read more...
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Raphael, D. D. (David Daiches), 1916-
Concepts of justice.
Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001
(DLC) 2001032874
(OCoLC)46882607
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D D Raphael
ISBN: 9780191588075 0191588075
OCLC Number: 834136786
Description: 1 online resource (256 p.)
Contents: Justice in the bible --
Aeschylus' Oresteia: the development of justice --
Plato's republic --
Aristotle --
Jurists and theologians --
Thomas Hobbes --
G.W. Leibniz --
David Hume --
Hume's critics: Kames and Reid --
Adam Smith --
J.S. Mill --
Henry Sidgwick --
Hastings Rashdall --
Peter Kropotkin --
Chaïm Perelman --
David Miller --
John Rawls --
Rovbert Nozick --
Brain Barry --
Fairness --
The developing role of justice.
Responsibility: D.D. Raphael.
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"In Concepts of Justice David Raphael gives a philosophical survey of the development of the idea of justice. While the framework is historical, the aim is philosophical analysis and criticism, rather than the discovery of fresh historical facts." "Raphael does not assume that the theories of philosophers must reflect the thought and usage of people generally: some do while others are idiosyncratic, and a number of philosophers neglect the usage of the concept in the context of law. While this book is definitely not a comprehensive history, it is comprehensive in its scope."--BOOK JACKET.

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