As Free and as Just as Possible
Grafting the Marxian idea that private property is coercive onto the liberal imperative of individual liberty, this new thesis from one of America's foremost intellectuals conceives a revised definition of justice that recognizes the harm inflicted by capitalism's hidden coercive structures.
* Maps a new frontier in moral philosophy and political theory
* Distills a new concept of justice that recognizes the iniquities of capitalism
* Synthesis of elements of Marxism and Liberalism will interest readers in both camps
* Direct and jargon-free style opens these complex ideas to a wide readership