Supplement to Distributive Justice

Extended Bibliography on Distributive Justice

  • Aaron, Henry J. and Munnell, Alicia H., 1992, “Reassessing the role for wealth transfer taxes”, National Tax Journal, 45: 119–143.
  • Ackerman, Bruce A., 1980, Social Justice in the Liberal State, New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Ackerman, Bruce A., 1983, “On getting what we don't deserve”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1: 60–70.
  • Ake, C., 1975, “Justice as equality”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 5.
  • Alexander, Larry and Schwarzschild, Maimon, 1987, “Liberalism, neutrality, and equality of welfare vs. equality of resources”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 16: 85–110.
  • Alexander, Larry A., 1986, “Fair equality of opportunity: John rawls' (best) forgotten principle”, Philosophy Research Archives, 11: 197–208.
  • Allingham, M., 1975, “Towards an ability tax”, Journal of Public Economics, 4: 361–376.
  • Anderson, Elizabeth, 1993, Value in Ethics and Economics, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  • Andre, Judith, 1995, “Blocked exchanges: A taxonomy”, in Pluralism,,Justice, and Equality, David Miller Walzer and Michael, eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 171–196.
  • Annis, David B. and Annis, F., 1986, “Merit pay, utilitarianism, and desert”, International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 3: 33–41.
  • Annis, David B. and Bohanon, Cecil E., 1992, “Desert and property rights”, Journal of Value Inquiry, 26: 536–546.
  • Arneson, Richard, 1995, “Against 'complex' equality”, in Pluralism,,Justice, and Equality, David Miller Walzer and Michael, eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 226–252.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 1981, “What's wrong with exploitation?”, Ethics, 91: 201–227.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 1989, “Equality and equal opportunity for welfare”, Philosophical Studies, 56: 77–93.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 1990a, “Against "complex equality"”, Public Affairs Quarterly, 4: 99–110.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 1990b, “Liberalism, distributive subjectivism, and equal opportunity for welfare”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 19: 158–194.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 1991, “A defense of equality and equal opportunity for welfare”, Philosophical Studies, 62: 187–195.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 1993, “Market socialism and egalitarian ethics”, in Market Socialism: The Current Debate, Pranab K. Bardhan Roemer and John E., eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 281–297.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 2000, “Economic analysis meets distributive justice”, Social Theory and Practice: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Philosophy, 26(2): 327–345.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 2001, “Luck and equality ii”, Aristotelian Society: Supplementary Volume, no. 75 (suppl.), 73–90.
  • Arneson, Richard J., 2002, “Why justice requires transfers to offset income and wealth inequalities”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 19(1): 172–200.
  • Arnold, N. Scott, 1985, “Capitalists and the ethics of contribution”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 15: 89–105.
  • Arnold, N. Scott, 1987a, “Recent works on marx: A critical survey”, American Philosophical Quarterly, 24: 277–293.
  • Arnold, N. Scott, 1987b, “Reply to professor nell”, Ethics, 97: 411–413.
  • Arnold, N. Scott, 1987c, “Why profits are deserved”, Ethics, 97: 387–402.
  • Arnold, N. Scott, 1994, The Philosophy and Economics of Market Socialism: A Critical Study, New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Arrow, Kenneth J., 1984, Social choice and justice, Collected papers of Kenneth J. Arrow ; v.1., Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Arthur, John and Shaw, William H., 1978a, Justice and economic distribution, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.
  • Arthur, John and Shaw, William H. (eds.), 1978b, Justice and Economic Distribution, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
  • Atkinson, A. B., 1983, Social justice and public policy, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
  • Baker, John, 1992, “An egalitarian case for basic income”, in Arguing for Basic Income: Ethical Foundations for a Radical Reform, Philippe Van Parijs, ed., London: Verso, 101–127.
  • Barry, Brian, 1988, “Equal opportunity and moral arbitrariness”, in Equal Opportunity, Norman E. BOWIE, ed., Boulder and London: Westview Press, 23–44.
  • Barry, Brian, 1989, Theories of Justice, Vol. 1, Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Barry, Brian, 1992, “Equality yes, basic income no”, in Arguing for Basic Income: Ethical Foundations for a Radical Reform, Philippe Van Parijs, ed., London: Verso, 128–140.
  • Barry, Brian, 1995a, Justice as Impartiality, Oxford, England: Clarendon Press.
  • Barry, Brian, 1995b, “Spherical justice and global injustice”, in Pluralism,,Justice, and Equality, David Miller Walzer and Michael, eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 67–80.
  • Barry, Brian M., 1973, The Liberal Theory of Justice: A Critical Examination of the Principal Doctrines in "A Theory of Justice" by John Rawls, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Bauer, P.T., 1981, Equality, The Third World and Economic Delusion, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Baumol, William J. and Fischer, Dietrich, 1986, Superfairness : applications and theory, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
  • Becker, Lawrence C., 1977, Property Rights: Philosophic Foundations, Boston , Mass.: Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd.
  • Becker, Lawrence C., 1980, “The moral basis of property rights”, in NOMOS XX11, John W. Chapman Pennock and J. Roland, eds., New York: New York University Press, 187–220.
  • Bertram, Christopher, 1993, “Principles of distributive justice, counterfactuals and history”, Journal of Political Philosophy, 1: 213–228.
  • Blake, Michael, 2001, “Distributive justice, state coercion, and autonomy”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 30(3): 257–296.
  • Blocker, Gene H., and Elizabeth H. Smith (eds.), 1980, “John Rawls' Theory of Social Justice:”, Athens: Ohio University Press.
  • Bojer, Hilde, 2003, Distributional justice : theory and measurement, Routledge frontiers of political economy ; 47., London ; New York: Routledge.
  • Bowie, Norman E. (ed.), 1988, Equal Opportunity, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.
  • Boylan, Michael, 2004, A Just Society, Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Braybrooke, David, 1982, “The maximum claims of gauthier's bargainers: Are the fixed social inequalities acceptable?”, Dialogue (Canada), 21: 411–429.
  • Brock, Gillian, 2005, “Egalitarianism, ideals, and cosmopolitan justice”, Philosophical Forum, 36(1): 1–30.
  • Brody, Baruch, 1983, “Redistribution without egalitarianism”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1: 71–87.
  • Buchanan, Allen, 1988, Ethics, Efficiency, and the Market, Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Burley, Justine, 2004, Dworkin and His Critics, Malden MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Carens, Joseph, 1981, Equality, Moral Incentives and the Market, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Carter, Alan, 2000, “Distributive justice and environmental sustainability”, Heythrop Journal: A Quarterly Review of Philosophy and Theology, 41(4): 449–460.
  • Christiano, Thomas, 1991, “Difficulties with the principle of equal opportunity for welfare”, Philosophical Studies, 62: 179–185.
  • Christman, John, 1988, “Entrepreneurs, profits, and deserving market shares”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 6: 1–16.
  • Clayton, Matthew and Williams, Andrew, 2004, Social Justice, Malden MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Cohen, G.A., 1995, “The pareto argument for inequality”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 12: 160–185.
  • Cohen, G. A., 1997, “Where the action is: On the site of distributive justice”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 26(1): 3–30.
  • Cohen, G. A., 2000, If you're an egalitarian, how come you're so rich?, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Copp, David, “The Right to an Adequate Standard of Living: Justice, Autonomy, and the Basic Needs” Social Philosophy and Policy 9. 1 (Jan 1992): 231–261.
  • Corlett, J. Angelo (ed.), 1991, Equality and Liberty: Analyzing Rawls and Nozick, St.Martins Press.
  • Crocker, Lawrence, 1977, “Equality, solidarity, and rawls' maximin”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 6: 262–266.
  • Daniels, Norman (ed.), 1975, Reading Rawls: Critical Studies of A Theory of Justice, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Daniels, Norman, 1978, “Merit and meritocracy”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 7: 206–223.
  • Daniels, Norman, 1985, “Fair equality of opportunity and decent minimums: A reply to buchanan”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 14: 106–111.
  • Daniels, Norman, 1988, Am I my parents' keeper? : an essay on justice between the young and the old, New York ; Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Daniels, Norman, 1990, “Equality of what: Welfare, resources, or capabilities?”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 50: 273–296.
  • Dick, James, 1975, “How to Justify a Distribution of Earnings”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 4: 248–72.
  • Dworkin, Ronald, 1981a, “What is equality? part 1: Equality of resources”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10: 185–246.
  • Dworkin, Ronald, 1981b, “What is equality? part 2: Equality of welfare”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10: 283–345.
  • Dworkin, Ronald, 1983, “In defense of equality”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1: 24–40.
  • Elster, Jon, 1992, Local justice : how institutions allocate scarce goods and necessary burdens, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
  • Elster, Jon, 1995a, “The empirical study of justice”, in Pluralism,,Justice, and Equality, David Miller Walzer and Michael, eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 81–98.
  • Elster, Jon, 1995b, Local justice in America, New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Farrelly, Colin, 2002, “Genes and social justice: A rawlsian reply to moore”, Bioethics, 16(1): 72–83.
  • Feinberg, Joel, 1970, Doing and Deserving, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
  • Feldman, Fred, 19, “Justice, desert, and the repugnant conclusion”, Utilitas, 7: 189–206.
  • Feser, E. 2005, “Personal Identity and Self-Ownership”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 22: 100–125.
  • Fleurbaey, Marc, 1995, “Equal opportunity or equal social outcome?”, Economics and Philosophy, 11: 25–55.
  • Fleurbaey, Marc, 2005, “Book symposium: Justice, luck and knowledge by s.l. hurley: Neutralising luck, rewarding effort”, Philosophical Books, 46(3): 188–198.
  • Flew, Anthony, 1981, The Politics of Procrustes, London: Temple Smith.
  • Flew, Antony, 1978, “Equality or justice?”, Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 3: 176–194.
  • Frank, Jill, 1998, “Democracy and distribution: Aristotle on just desert”, Political Theory: An International Journal of Political Philosophy, 26(6): 784–802.
  • Fraser, Nancy, 1997, Justice interruptus : critical reflections on the "postsocialist" condition, New York: Routledge.
  • Fried, Barbara, 1995, “Wilt chamberlain revisited: Nozick's "justice in transfer" and the problem of market-based distribution”, Philosophy and Public Afffairs, 24: 226–245.
  • Fried, Barbara H., 2005, “Left-libertarianism, once more: A rejoinder to vallentyne, steiner, and otsuka”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 33(2): 216–222.
  • Fried, Charles, 1983, “Distributive justice”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1: 45–59.
  • Frohlich, N. and Oppenheimer, J., 1992, Choosing Justice, Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Galston, William, 1986, “Equality of opportunity and liberal theory”, in Justice and Equality Here and Now, Frank S.Lucash, ed., Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 89–107.
  • Galston, William A., 1991, Liberal Purposes: Goods, Virtues, and Diversity in the Liberal State, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Garcia, J.L.A., 1986, “Two concepts of desert”, Law and Philosophy, 5: 219–235.
  • Garcia, J.L.A., 1988, “A problem about the basis of desert”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 19: 11–19.
  • Gatens, Moira, 1991, Feminism and Philosophy: Perspectives on Difference and Equality, Indianapolis: Indianan University Press.
  • Gaus, Gerald, 1990, Value and Justification: The Foundations of Liberal Theory, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Gaus, Gerald F., 1980, “Property and justice: A select bibliography”, in NOMOS XX11, John W. Chapman Pennock and J. Roland, eds., New York: New York University Press, 385–406.
  • Gaus, Gerald F., 1989, “A contractual justification of redistributive capitalism”, in NOMOS XXX1, John W. Chapman Pennock and J. Roland, eds., New York: New York University Press, 89–121.
  • Gaus, Gerald F., 1991, “Does compensation restore equality?”, in NOMOS XXXIII . Compensatory Justice, John W. Chapman, ed., New York: New York University Press, 45–81.
  • Gaus, Gerald F., 1996, Justificatory Liberalism, New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Gauthier, David, 1974, “Justice and natural endowment: Toward a critique of rawls' ideological framework”, Social Theory and Practice, 3: 3–26.
  • Gauthier, David, 1982, “Justified inequality?”, Dialogue (Canada), 21: 431–443.
  • Gauthier, David, 1986, Morals by Agreement, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Gibbard, Allan, 1976, “Natural property rights”, Nous, 10: 77–86.
  • Glover, Jonathan (ed.), 1990, Utilitarianism and Its Critics, New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
  • Goldman, Alan H., 1977, “The principle of equal opportunity”, Southern Journal of Philosophy, 15: 473–485.
  • Goldman, Alan H., 1987, “The justification of equal opportunity”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 5: 88–103.
  • Goodin, Robert E., 1985, “Negating positive desert claims”, Political Theory, 13: 575–598.
  • Goodin, Robert E., 1988, Reasons for Welfare: The Political Theory of the Welfare State, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
  • Goodin, Robert E., 1995, Utilitarianism as a Public Philosophy, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Goodrum, Crain R., 1977, “Rawls and equalitarianism”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 37: 386–393.
  • Goodwin, Barbara, 1992, Justice by Lottery, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Gordon, Scott, 1980, Welfare, Justice, and Freedom, New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Gorr, Michael, 1995, “Justice, self-ownership, and natural assets”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 12: 267–291.
  • Graham, Kevin, 2002, “Autonomy, individualism, and social justice”, Journal of Value Inquiry, 36(1): 43–57.
  • Gray, T. S., 1981, “Herbert spencer's theory of social justice – desert or entitlement?”, History of Political Thought, 2: 161–186.
  • Gutmann, Amy, 1980, Liberal Equality, London: Cambridge University Press.
  • Gutmann, Amy, 1995, “Justice across the spheres”, in Pluralism,Justice, and Equality, David Miller Walzer and Michael, eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 99–119.
  • Hammer, Sara, 2003, “Mutual obligation: Why reciprocity is an inadequate principle for unemployment programmes”, Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, 5(1): 14–24.
  • Hardin, Russell, 1999, “From bodo ethics to distributive justice”, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice: An International Forum, 2(4): 399–413.
  • Haslett, D. W., 1986, “Is inheritance justified”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 15: 122–155.
  • Haubrich, Dirk, 2004, “Global distributive justice and the taxation of natural resources-who should pick up the tab?”, Contemporary Political Theory, 3(1): 48–69.
  • Haworth, Alan, 1994, Anti-libertarianism, London: Routledge.
  • Hayek, Friedrich A., 1976, Law, Legislation, and Liberty. Vol. 2: The Mirage of Social Justice, London.
  • Heath, Joseph, 1997, “Intergenerational cooperation and distributive justice”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 27(3): 361–376.
  • Held, Virginia, 1984, Rights and Goods: Justifying Social Action, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Hill, Christopher, 1985, “Desert and the moral arbitrariness of the natural lottery”, Philosophical Forum, 16: 207–222.
  • Hinsch, Wilfried, 2001, “Global distributive justice”, Metaphilosophy, 32(1/2): 58–78.
  • Hochman, Harold M., 2002, Economic behavior and distributional choice : selected writings of Harold M. Hochman, Cheltenham, UK ; Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
  • Hochschild, Jennifer L., 1981, What's Fair: American Beliefs about Distributive Justice, Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press.
  • Honore, A. M., 1968, “Social justice”, in Essays in Legal Philosophy, R.S.Summers, ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 66–81.
  • Hurley, S. L., 2003, Justice, luck, and knowledge, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  • Hurley, Susan, 2001, “Luck and equality i”, Aristotelian Society: Supplementary Volume, no. 75 (suppl.), 51–72.
  • Hurrell, Andrew, 2001, “Global inequality and international institutions”, Metaphilosophy, 32(1/2): 34–57.
  • Jencks, Christopher, 1972, Inequality, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books Ltd.
  • Jones, Charles, 1999, Global justice : defending cosmopolitanism, Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Jones, Peter, 2000, “Global distributive justice”, in <I>Ethics in International Affairs: Theories and Cases<D>, Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Joseph, Keith and Sumption, Jonathan, 1979, Equality, London, U.K.: John Murray.
  • Kang, Sung-Hak, 2003, “Free will and distributive justice: A reply to smilansky”, Philosophia: Philosophical Quarterly of Israel, 31(1–2): 107–126.
  • Keller, Simon, 2002, “Expensive tastes and distributive justice”, Social Theory and Practice: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Philosophy, 28(4): 529–552.
  • Kelly, P. J., 1998, Impartiality, Neutrality and Justice: Re-Reading Brian Barry's Justice as Impartiality, Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univ Pr.
  • Kelly, P.J., 1990, Utilitarianism and Distributive Justice, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Kirzner, Israel M., 1989, Discovery, capitalism, and distributive justice, Oxford, England ; New York, N.Y.: Basil Blackwell.
  • Kleinig, John, 1971, “The concept of desert”, American Philosophical Quarterly, 8: 71–78.
  • Klosko, George, 2000, Democratic Procedures and Liberal Consensus, New York: Oxford Univ Pr.
  • Kolm, Serge-Christophe, 1996, Modern Theories of Justice, Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
  • Kolm, Serge-Christophe, 1997, Justice and equity, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
  • Kolm, Serge-Christophe, 2005, Macrojustice : the political economy of fairness, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Korukonda, Appa Rao and Bathala, Chenchu Ramaiah T., 2004, “Ethics, equity, and social justice in the new economic order: Using financial information for keeping social score”, Journal of Business Ethics, 54(1): 1–15.
  • Kukathas, Chandran and Pettit, Philip, 1992, Rawls: A Theory of Justice and its Critics, Cambridge, England: Polity Press.
  • Kymlicka, Will, 1990, Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Introduction, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Lake, Christopher, 2001, Equality and responsibility, Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Lamont, Julian, 1994a, “The concept of desert in distributive justice”, Philosophical Quarterly, 44: 45–64.
  • Lamont, Julian, 1994b, “Pareto efficiency, egalitarianism, and difference principles”, Social Theory and Practice, 20: 311–325.
  • Lamont, Julian, 1995, “Problems for effort-based distribution principles”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 12: 215–229.
  • Lamont, Julian, 1997, “Incentive income, deserved income, and economic rents”, Journal of Political Philosophy, 26–46.
  • Langtry, Bruce, 1985, “The maximin rule argument for rawls's principles of justice”, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 63: 64–77.
  • Le Grand, Julian, 1991, Equity and Choice: An Essay in Economics and Applied Philosophy, London: Harper Collins Academic.
  • Lessnoff, M.H., 1978, “Capitalism, socialism and justice”, in Justice and Economic Distribtuion, John Arthur Shaw and William, eds., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 139-149.
  • Lomasky, Loren E., 1987, Persons, Rights, and the Moral Community, New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Lomasky, Loren E., 1995, “Justice to charity”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 12: 32–53.
  • Lucash, Frank S. and Shklar, Judith N., 1986, Justice and equality here and now, Cornell paperbacks., Ithaca, N.Y. ; London: Cornell University Press.
  • Machan, Tibor R, 1988, The Moral Case For The Free Market Economy: A Philosophical Argument, Lewiston Mellen Press.
  • Mack, Eric, 1983, “Distributive justice and the tensions of lockeanism”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1: 132–150.
  • Mack, Eric, 1995, “Rights to natural talents and pure profits: A critique of gauthier on rights and economic rent”, in Profits and Morality, Robin Cowan Rizzo and Mario J., eds., Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 124–149.
  • MacLeod, A., 1983, “Equality of opportunity”, in Moral Issues, J. Narveson, ed., Toronto and New York: Toronto and New York, 370–378.
  • MacLeod, Alistair, 1985, “Econonic inequality: Justice and incentives”, in Economic Justice, Kenneth Kipnis Meyers and Diana T., eds., Totowa, N.J.: Rowman and Allanheld, 176–189.
  • Macleod, Alistair M., 2005, “Distributive justice and desert”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 36(4): 421–438.
  • Macleod, Colin M., 1998, “Liberalism, justice, and markets a critique of liberal equality”, .
  • Macpherson, C. B., 1987, The rise and fall of economic justice and other essays, Oxford paperback., Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Matravers, Derek and Pike, Jon, 2003, Debates in Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology, New York: Routledge.
  • McClelland, Peter D., 1990, The American Search for Economic Justice, Cambridge, Mass: Basil Blackwell.
  • McKenzie Alexander, J., 2000, “Evolutionary explanations of distributive justice”, Philosophy of Science, 67(3): 490–516.
  • McKerlie, Dennis, 2001, “Aristotle's theory of justice”, Southern Journal of Philosophy, 39(1): 119–141.
  • McLeod, Owen, 1996, “Desert and wages”, Utilitas, 8: 205–221.
  • McMahon, Christopher, 1989, “The better endowed and the difference principle.”, Analysis, 49: 213–216.
  • Miller, David, 1976, Social Justice, New York: Clarendon Press, Oxford.
  • Miller, David, 1989, Market, State, and Community, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Miller, David, 1991, “Review article: Recent theories of social justice”, British Journal of Political Science, 21: 371–391.
  • Miller, David, 1992, “Deserving jobs”, Philosophical Quarterly, 161–181.
  • Miller, David, 1993, “Equality and market socialism”, in Market Socialism: The Current Debate, Pranab K. Bardhan Roemer and John E., eds., New York: Oxford University Press, 298–313.
  • Miller, David, 1999, Principles of social justice, Cambridge, Mass. ; London: Harvard University Press.
  • Mills, Eugene, 2004, “Scheffler on rawls, justice, and desert”, Law and Philosophy: An International Journal for Jurisprudence and Legal Philosophy, 23(3): 261–272.
  • Milne, Heather, 1986, “Desert, effort and equality”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 3: 235–243.
  • Moriarty, Jeffrey, 2002, “Desert and distributive justice in a theory of justice”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 33(1): 131–143.
  • Moriarty, Jeffrey, 2003, “Against the asymmetry of desert”, Nous, 37(3): 518–536.
  • Moulin, Hervé, 2003, Fair division and collective welfare, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
  • Munzer, Stephen R., 1990, A Theory of Property, New York: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Nagel, Thomas, 1975b, “Rawls on justice”, in Reading Rawls, Norman Daniels, ed., Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1–16.
  • Nagel, Thomas, 1991, Equality and Partiality, New York: Oxford University Press.
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  • Narveson, Jan, 1983b, “Reply to dworkin”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1: 41–44.
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  • Nell, Edward, 1987, “On deserving profits”, Ethics, 97: 403–410.
  • Nielsen, Kai, 1979, “Radical egalitarian justice: Justice as equality”, Social Theory and Practice, 5: 209–226.
  • Nielsen, Kai, 1981, “Impediments to radical egalitarianism”, American Philosophical Quarterly, 18: 121–129.
  • Nielsen, Kai, 1985, Equality and Liberty: A Defence of Radical Egalitarianism, New Jersey: Totowa.
  • Nozick, Robert, 1974, Anarchy, State and Utopia, New York: Basic Books.
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  • Olsaretti, Serena, 2003b, “Distributive justice and compensatory desert”, in <I>Desert and Justice<D>, Olsaretti, Serena (ed), Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Olsaretti, Serena, 2004, Liberty, desert and the market : a philosophical study, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Pateman, Carole and Gross, Elizabeth (eds.), 1986, Feminist Challenges: Social and Political Theory, Boston: Northeastern University Press.
  • Pettit, Philip, 1997, Republicanism: A Theory of Freedom and Government, Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
  • Peyton Young, H., 1994, Equity: In Theory and Practice, Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
  • Pogge, Thomas W., 1989, Realizing Rawls, Ithaca: Cornall University Press.
  • Pogge, Thomas W., 2000, “On the site of distributive justice: Reflections on cohen and murphy”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 29(2): 137–169.
  • Pogge, Thomas Winfried Menko, 2001, Global justice, Metaphilosophy series in philosophy., Oxford ; Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Pogge, Thomas Winfried Menko, 2002, World poverty and human rights : cosmopolitan responsibilities and reforms, Cambridge ; Malden, MA: Polity.
  • Price, Terry L., 1999, “Egalitarian justice, luck, and the cost of chosen ends”, American Philosophical Quarterly, 36(4): 267–278.
  • Rachels, James, 1978, “What people deserve”, in Justice and Economic Distribution, John Arthur Shaw and William, eds., Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 150-163.
  • Rae, Dougla, Yates, Douglas, Hochschild, Jennifer, Morone, Joseph, and Fessler, Carol (eds.), 1981, Equalities, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Rakowski, Eric, 1991, Equal justice, Oxford, England: Clarendon Press.
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  • Rawls, John, 1974a, “Reply to alexander and musgrave”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 88: 633–655.
  • Rawls, John, 1974b, “Some reasons for the maximin criterion”, American Economic Review, 64: 141–146.
  • Rawls, John, 1975, “A kantian conception of equality”, The Cambridge Review, 94–99.
  • Rawls, John, 1980, “Kantian constructivism in moral theory”, The Journal of Philosophy, 77: 515–572.
  • Rawls, John, 1982, “Social unity and primary goods”, in Utilitarianism and Beyond, Amartya Sen Williams and Bernard, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 159–185.
  • Rawls, John, 1985, “Justice as fairness: Political not metaphysical”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 14: 223–251.
  • Raz, Joseph, 1978, “Principles of equality”, Mind, 87: 321–342.
  • Rees, John, 1971, Equality, London: Pall Mall Press.
  • Regan, Donald, H., 1980, Utilitarianism and Co-operation, Oxford, England: Clarendon Press.
  • Reiman, Jeffrey H., 1981, “The fallacy of libertarian capitalism”, Ethics, 92: 85–95.
  • Reiman, Jeffrey H., 1983, “The labor theory of the difference principle”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 12: 133–159.
  • Rescher, Nicholas, 1966, Distributive Justice: A Constructive Critique of the Utilitarian Theory of Distribution, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co.
  • Rescher, Nicholas, 2002, Fairness : theory and practice of distributive justice, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
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