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2006

A discussion of the prominent philosopher’s “capabilities” approach to moral philosophy, with a focus on political cooperation and the nature of political principles, including an extensive discussion of its applicability to animals. Inherent in the discussion is a rejection of a contractarian approach for the achievement of true social justice when dealing with unequal parties. 

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