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Justice

Author: Mark LeBar
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
Series: Virtues (Oxford University Press)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Justice as a virtue of individual character has reasserted itself not only in philosophy but in social psychology and other empirical fields of study. This inaugural volume of The Virtues series demonstrates the breadth of that thinking and research. It comprises new essays from philosophers and political theorists, psychologists, economists, biologists, and legal scholars. Each contribution focuses on an aspect of  Read more...
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Justice
New York : Oxford University Press, 2018
(DLC) 2018032402
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark LeBar
ISBN: 9780190631758 0190631759 9780190631741 0190631740
OCLC Number: 1028881614
Description: xiv, 292 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Mark LeBar --
Growing toward justice / Paul Woodruff --
Rousseau, Smith, and Kant on becoming just / Ryan P. Hanley --
Becoming just by eliminating injustice : the emergence of property in virtual economies / Bart J. Wilson --
Learning how to share / Thomas Widlok --
Thoughts, emotions, and sentiments in the development of justice / Elliot Turiel, Audun Dahl, and Zinaida Besirevic --
The evolution of justice / Sara Brosnan --
The dialectical activity of becoming just / Jon Garthoff --
Should epistemic injustices be redressed by the "corrective virtues"? / Alan Thomas --
Confucian values and resources for justice / May Sim --
Legislating the personal virtue of justice / Matthew A. Edwards.
Series Title: Virtues (Oxford University Press)
Responsibility: edited by Mark LeBar.

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Justice as a virtue of individual character has reasserted itself not only in philosophy but in social psychology and other empirical fields of study. This inaugural volume of The Virtues series demonstrates the breadth of that thinking and research. It comprises new essays from philosophers and political theorists, psychologists, economists, biologists, and legal scholars. Each contribution focuses on an aspect of what makes people just, either by examining the science or philosophy that explains the development of justice as a virtue, or by adopting a distinctive perspective on justice as an individual trait. Above all, it teaches how we can cultivate justice in ourselves and others.

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Numerous interesting topics are discussed, including the sentiment of resentment, epistemic injustice, corrective virtues, Confucian values, virtual economics, and virtue jurisprudence. Summing up: Read more...

 
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