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I read the sample and decided to purchase this book.
Sandel gives a great survey on various philosophies of justice from Aristotle to John Rawls, with Bentham, Mills, and Kant included.
Sandel's book is insightful in the way it combines philosophical theory with discussion of contemporary political issues.
It's really a good book students should read. However, it is not a textbook. Therefore, if you are a student, the book should be only one of reference sources relating to justice... Read morePublished 9 days ago by THONG DINH DANG
Great book, filled with knowledge by which one deepens his/her own understanding of society and what is just.Published 12 days ago by Ewelina Zambrzycka
Interesting food for thought. Gave thought provoking moral dilemmas. Terribly written in my opinion. Read morePublished 13 days ago by B
ScienceThrillers Review: I never took Sandel’s famous core curriculum course while I was at Harvard, but many undergraduates did. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amy R.
Great book to divulge theories of justice that are usually very difficult to grasp.Published 18 days ago by Cristóbal Caviedes
The stupidity that reigns from this book is incredible. I feel as though people only listen to his irrelevant arguments because hes from harvard. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Eathan Baumgartner
This book was recommended by a friend. I found it thought provoking and made me think of life in the United States.Published 23 days ago by Norma Gonzales