AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Polit Econ & Moral Sci,
KeywordsJustice as mutual advantage
Monotone path solution
Laws of humanity
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CitationVanderschraaf, P. Reply to critics. Philos Stud (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11098-020-01502-2
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AbstractI reply to commentaries by Justin Bruner, Robert Sugden and Gerald Gaus. My response to Bruner focuses on conventions of bargaining problems and arguments for characterizing the just conventions of these problems as monotone path solutions. My response to Sugden focuses on how the laws of humanity present in Hume's discussion of vulnerable individuals might be incorporated into my own proposed account of justice as mutual advantage. My response to Gaus focuses on whether or not my account of justice as mutual advantage can incorporate deep differences in values across subgroups of a larger society.
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