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|Description:||xiii, 196 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction Part I: Justice and Value Conflict in Politics 1. Value Conflict in Politics as a Circumstance of Interactive Justice 2. Normative Responses to Value Conflict: Resolving, Containing, Managing Part II: Conflict Management and the Procedural Theorization about Justice 3. Procedural and Outcome Theories of Justice 4. Proceduralism and the Management of Value Conflict Part III: Interactive Justice for the Management of Value Conflict: A Procedural Conception 5. Just Conflict Management in Theory: Egalitarian Procedures of Adversary Argumentation 6. Just Conflict Management in Practice: The Role of Understanding Conclusion|
|Series Title:||Routledge studies in contemporary philosophy, 81.|
|Responsibility:||by Emanuela Ceva.|
"Ceva offers a unique and needed contribution to discussions of justice as well as to the existing literature on peace studies...[She] succeeds in showing the plausibility of ways to handle conflicts