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Justice for Here and Now (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy)

ISBN-13: 978-0521621885
ISBN-10: 0521621887
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"Justice for Here and Now is a stimulating and provocative book that presents readers with challenging arguements throughout." Robert L. Simon, Ethics

"This book is provocative and useful. Anyone interested in justice will benefit from this book....this book contains manyexcellent arguments and is a valuable addition to the philosophical literature on justice." Environmental Ethics

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James Sterba develops a new conception of justice deriving from libertarianism and then applies it to a wide range of issues: duties to the poor, obligations to future generations, feminist concepts of justice, racism and sexism, sexual morality, environmental ethics, and just war theory. This is a highly original and potentially controversial book that would be ideal for courses in applied ethics, political philosophy, environmental studies, women's studies, and peace studies.
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