2 edition of Ronald Dworkin"s theory of equality found in the catalog.
Ronald Dworkin"s theory of equality
Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-231) and index.
|Other titles||Theory of equality|
|LC Classifications||JC575 .B76 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 238 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||2009281759|
Equality is the endangered species of political ideals. Even left-of-center politicians reject equality as an ideal: government must combat poverty, they say, but need not strive that its citizens be equal in any dimension. In his new book Ronald Dworkin insists, to the contrary, that equality is the indispensable virtue of democratic sovereignty/5(4). Ronald Dworkin's Theory of Equality by Alexander Brown, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
This means that the origin of Dworkin's legal theory is moral proposals concerning equality and freedom. "Dworkin cannot explain the 'extraordinary rigidity' of the U.S. Constitution, in particular the way that entrenched provisions of the Constitution conservatively constrain judges by imposing the 'dead hand' of the past" [ 25 ]. II: DWORKIN'S THEORY OF EQUALITY. At a broad level Ronald Dworkin's work has been devoted to developing and defending liberal political theories. More specifically, one of Dworkin's primary concerns has been to argue that equality is the central value within, and basis of, liberalism.
Equality: From Theory to Action by John Baker (English) Hardcover Book Free Ship. Equality in Theory: $ Equality in Theory and Practice: A Moral Argument for Ethical Improvements by Ro. Equality in Theory: $ Ronald Dworkin's Theory: $ Like Rawls’s, Dworkin’s theory of equality has two parts: first, a general theory of justice, and then an account of the principles of distribution. With respect to the first, Dworkin is a monist. We tend to think that justice involves compromises with other values—say, freedom, equality, efficiency and community.
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Ronald Dworkin's work on equality has shaped debates in the field of distributive justice for nearly three decades. In this book Alexander Brown attempts to provide a critique but also a defence of that work, and to extend equality of resources globally.
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: 7. Ronald Dworkins work on equality has shaped debates in the field of distributive justice for nearly three decades. In this book Alexander Brown attempts to provide a critique but also a defence of that work, and to extend equality of resources globally.
Ronald Dworkins work on equality has shaped debates in the field of distributive justice for nearly three decades. In this book Alexander Brown attempts to provide a critique but also a defence of that work, and to extend equality of resources globally.
Category: Philosophy Taking Rights Seriously. SOVEREIGN VIRTUE: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF EQUALITY Ronald Dworkin Harvard University Press, ; pgs. Ronald Dworkin gets off to a poor start, but things are not so bad as they first appear.
He tells us that equality is the sovereign political virtue. Description: Ronald Dworkin's work on equality has shaped debates in the field of distributive justice for nearly three decades. In this book Alexander Brown attempts to provide a critique but also a defence of that work, and to extend equality of resources globally.
With Sovereign Virtue, Ronald Dworkin finally presents his political theory in a form convenient for the general reader, stripped of the specialized arguments about jurisprudence on which he has built his issue in Sovereign Virtue is not how judges should decide cases, but what kind of equality between individuals government should secure and maintain.
The Theory and Practice of Equality RONALD DWORKIN Harvard University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England leo1. II Affirmative Action: Their book is an extremely valuable sociological study quite apart from its specific findings about affirmative action, and it offers, in detailed appendices, a clear description of the complex.
Ronald Dworkin is a founding father of what has come to be called “luck egalitarianism,” a family of distributive justice doctrines that hold that the inequalities in people’s condition that are brought about by sheer brute luck falling on them in ways that are beyond their power to control should be reduced or eliminated, but that inequalities that arise through people’s own fault or.
Ronald Dworkin's work on equality has shaped debates in the field of distributive justice. This book attempts to provide a critique but also a defence of that work, and to extend equality of resources globally.
Read more Read less click to open popoverAuthor: Brown, Alexander, Dr. Ronald Dworkin argues that equality, freedom, and individual responsibility are not in conflict, but flow from and into one another as facets of the same humanist conception of life and politics. Grounding his well-known thesis that true equality means equality in the value of the resources that each person commands, not in the success he or she achieves, Dworkin applies his principles to.
morality (based on “equality of resources” account of justice2), and finally he attempted to clarify philosophical foundations3 of this theory of political morality.
His last book Justice for Hedgehogs4 has had an ambition to complete philosophical foundations of his theory, and especially to illustrate a unity of ethical and moral values.
Dworkin argues that equality is the "sovereign virtue" in the sense that it is the "special and indispensable" value that political authority must promote This work will be frequently cited because of the importance of the papers and the convenience of having them collected in one volume; it is an essential text for academic librariesJ.
Moon "CHOICE "Reviews: 5. his original and important conceptions of human dignity, freedom, and equality (III.); the paper thus makes the case for the continuing relevance of Dworkin’s theory of rights in the current ‘age of proportionality’3.
DWORKIN’S THEORY OF RIGHTS Dworkin’s theory of rights has evolved over the years and decades of his career.4 In. Ronald Dworkin - one of the greatest contemporary political and legal philosophers - started developing his comprehensiveliberal theory of a central position of the concept of equality firstly in a field of philosophy of law1 (he turned back to a fieldof jurisprudence with his book Justice in Robes, published in ), then followed liberal political theory of justice/politicalmorality (based.
Key to Ronald Dworkin’s Constructive Interpretation of legal practice is the conception of Law as Integrity. Law as integrity holds a vision for judges which states that as far as possible judges should identify legal rights and duties on the assumption that they were all created by the community as an entity, and that they express the community’s conception of justice and fairness.
theory, an individual's command over public resources forms part of his private resources. Someone who has power to influence public de-cisions about the quality of the air he or she breathes, for example, is richer than someone who does not. So an overall theory of equality must find a means of integrating private resources and political g: Ronald Dworkins.
of H.L.A Hart’s theory of law as a normative phenomenon. I paused for a while taking time to reflect on Professor Dworkin’s contribution to jurisprudence and legal theory. Thursday, 14 Februarymarked the end of a chapter written, lived and played out by a great man.
But wait, we have gained a lot of insight from Professor Dworkin’s. Ronald Dworkin: Equality The important concept for our politics now, is the concept of equality. Political philosophers have written about equality from both the left and the right. From the Liberal position and and the Conservative position as if it was perfectly clear what equality means.
Dworkin rejected theories providing a universal description of law. He considered that each community has its own understanding of law and therefore any attempt to universalize the definition of law is futile. He identified the following characteristics of his Anglo American culture: o Law consists of rights and responsibilities of citizens.
Get this from a library! Ronald Dworkin's theory of equality: domestic and global perspectives. [Alexander Brown] -- Alexander Brown offers a critical defence of Dworkin's theory of equality.
He also sets out to consider what this theory might look like if it were applied to questions of global justice.Ronald Dworkin’s innovative and politically ambitious work has become essential reading in political and legal theory.
Taking issue with classical political liberalism, he argues that liberty and equality are not mutually exclusive, and are indeed : Julie Allard.The fox knows many things, the Greeks said, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.
In his most comprehensive work, Ronald Dworkin argues that value in all its forms is one big thing: that what truth is, life means, morality requires, and justice demands are different aspects of the same large question.
He develops original theories on a great variety of issues very rarely considered in the same.