1. The theory and politics of solidarity and public goodsAvigail Ferdman and Margaret (Peggy) Kohn2. Solidarity as environmental justice in brownfields remediation Avery Kolers3. Why should we care about competition? Waheed Hussain4. Racial structural solidarityMara Marin5. What undermines solidarity? Four approaches and their implications for contemporary political theoryCharles H. T. Lesch6. Solidarity and social rightsMargaret Kohn7. Justice as a claim to (social) propertyRutger Claassen8. Engaging the reluctant taxpayerMichael Joel Kessler9. Why the intrinsic value of public goods mattersAvigail Ferdman
Avigail Ferdman is Environmental Policy Fellow at the Israel National Economic Council where she works on climate change policy. She focuses on the philosophical and social conditions for meaningful human lives. Her work on human well-being, disruptive technologies, public goods and active mobility has been published in philosophy and planning journals.Margaret Kohn is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her primary research interests are the history of political thought, critical theory, social justice and urbanism. She is the author of The Death and Life of the Urban Commonwealth; Radical Space: Building the House of the People and Brave New Neighborhoods: The Privatization of Public Space.