Unequivocal Justice (PDF) challenges the prevailing view inside political philosophy that broadly free-market regimes are inconsistent with the primary ideas of liberal egalitarian justice. Freiman argues that the liberal egalitarian rejection of free-market regimes rests on a vital methodological mistake. Liberal egalitarians commonly assume a great “public curiosity” mannequin of political conduct and a nonideal “personal curiosity” mannequin of conduct in the market and civil society. Freiman argues that this asymmetrical utility of behavioral assumptions biases the evaluation and undercuts superb theoretical remedies of each main liberal egalitarian precept, together with political liberty, financial sufficiency, truthful alternative, and social equality. This e book reexamines the institutional implications of every of those ideas in nonideal circumstances, making novel philosophical use of political psychology and public alternative economics alongside the method.
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