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The Constitution of Equality


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Table of Contents

1: The Basis of Equality
2: Social Justice and Public Equality
3: Democracy as the Public Realization of Equality
4: An Egalitarian Conception of Liberal Rights
5: Equality and Public Deliberation
6: The Authority of Democracy
7: The Limits of Democratic Authority

About the Author

Thomas Christiano is Professor of Philosophy and Law at the University of Arizona. He is the co-director of the Rogers Program in Law and Society, in the College of Law at the University of Arizona. He has been a visiting fellow of All Souls College, a visiting fellow at the Research School of the Social Sciences at Australian National University and a fellow of the National Humanities Center. He has published articles widely in the areas of democratic theory,
distributive justice, and political philosophy.


`Review from previous edition In this carefully argued and thought provoking new book, Thomas Christiano offers a novel defense of democracy's intrinsic value EL[many] stand to profit from engaging with The Constitution of Equality'
David Lefkowitz, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
`In the literature of political theory it is widely held that the ideals of democracy and liberal rights are in tension. Famously, Issiah Berlin argued that this tension should be accepted as a result of value pluralism. Thomas Christiano's The Constitution of Equality offers an extremely original, insightful and important break with this widely accepted understanding ... a major achievement in democratic theory.'
Corey Brettschneider, Journal of Politics

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