A Companion to Rawls
(Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
Mandle, Jon (EDT)
Reidy, David A. (EDT)
600 p. 24 cm
New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2013. Wide ranging and up to date, this is the single most comprehensive treatment of the most influential political philosopher of the 20th century, John Rawls. It features an outstanding list of contributors, including senior as well as "next generation" Rawls scholars and provides careful, textually informed exegesis and well-developed critical commentary across all areas of his work, including non-Rawlsian perspectives.
Wide ranging and up to date, this is the single most comprehensive treatment of the most influential political philosopher of the 20th century, John Rawls.
Table of Contents
Notes on Contributors ix Introduction 1 Jon Mandle and David A. Reidy Part I Ambitions 7 1 From Philosophical Theology to Democratic Theory: Early Postcards from an Intellectual Journey 9 David A. Reidy 2 Does Justice as Fairness Have a Religious Aspect? 31 Paul Weithman Part II Method 57 3 Constructivism as Rhetoric 59 Anthony Simon Laden 4 Kantian Constructivism 73 Larry Krasnoff 5 The Basic Structure of Society as the Primary Subject of Justice 88 Samuel Freeman 6 Rawls on Ideal and Nonideal Theory 112 Zofia Stemplowska and Adam Swift 7 The Choice from the Original Position 128 Jon Mandle Part III A Theory of Justice 145 8 The Priority of Liberty 147 Robert S. Taylor 9 Applying Justice as Fairness to Institutions 164 Colin M. Macleod 10 Democratic Equality as a Work-in-Progress 185 Stuart White 11 Stability, a Sense of Justice, and Self-Respect 200 Thomas E. Hill, Jr 12 Political Authority, Civil Disobedience, Revolution 216 Alexander Kaufman Part IV A Political Conception 233 13 The Turn to a Political Liberalism 235 Gerald Gaus 14 Political Constructivism 251 Aaron James 15 On the Idea of Public Reason 265 Jonathan Quong 16 Overlapping Consensus 281 Rex Martin 17 Citizenship as Fairness: John Rawls s Conception of Civic Virtue 297 Richard Dagger 18 Inequality, Difference, and Prospects for Democracy 312 Erin I. Kelly Part V Extending Political Liberalism: International Relations 325 19 The Law of Peoples 327 Huw Lloyd Williams 20 Human Rights 346 Gillian Brock 21 Global Poverty and Global Inequality 361 Richard W. Miller 22 Just War 378 Darrel Moellendorf Part VI Conversations with Other Perspectives 395 23 Rawls, Mill, and Utilitarianism 397 Jonathan Riley 24 Perfectionist Justice and Rawlsian Legitimacy 413 Steven Wall 25 The Unwritten Theory of Justice: Rawlsian Liberalism versus Libertarianism 430 Barbara H. Fried 26 The Young Marx and the Middle-Aged Rawls 450 Daniel Brudney 27 Challenges of Global and Local Misogyny 472 Claudia Card 28 Critical Theory and Habermas 487 Kenneth Baynes 29 Rawls and Economics 504 Daniel Little 30 Learning from the History of Political Philosophy 526 S.A. Lloyd 31 Rawls and the History of Moral Philosophy: The Cases of Smith and Kant 546 Paul Guyer Index 567