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F. M. Kamm on Sen's The Idea of Justice and Dworkin's Justice for Hedgehogs

Mark D. White

In the latest issue of Philosophy & Public Affairs (39/1, Winter 2011) is a review essay by eminent Harvard philosopher F. M. Kamm on Amartya Sen's latest book The Idea of Justice, which she presents as a companion to her piece on Ronald Dworkin's Justice for Hedgehogs, published in the special issue of the Boston University Law Review dedicated to Dworkin's book (and which I blogged about here). We are lucky indeed to have a powerful mind like Kamm's provide parallel overviews of two such important books--both articles are must-reads!


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