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Impartiality in Context: Grounding Justice in a Pluralist World (S U N Y Series in Social and Political Thought) (Social & Political Thought) Paperback – July 10, 1997


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Shane O Neill s book is an interesting analysis of Rawls s and Walzer s theories of justice and Habermas s discourse ethics. Its major contribution is to defend the superiority of Habermas s approach against those of Rawls and Walzer and to bring the feminist literature into the discussion of the connections between these three theorists. Georgia Warnke, University of California, Riverside
O Neill s book breaks new ground. The overall structure of the argument is very attractive and convincing: moving between Rawls s monological impartialism and Walzer s dialogical contextualism to open a space for Habermas s discourse ethics. I honestly couldn t put it down. William Rehg, Saint Louis University"

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Shane O Neill teaches in the Department of Politics, Queen s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland."

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