- What is political about Rawls's political liberalism? Alejandro, Roberto // Journal of Politics;Feb96, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p1
Presents a review of the book `A Theory of Justice,' by John Rawls.
- Planners Library. Henderson, Harold // Planning;May99, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p28
Reviews the book `Who Owns America?,' edited by Harvey M. Jacobs.
- OFF THE SHELF. McClaughry, John // American Enterprise;Oct/Nov2000, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p59
Reviews the book `Who Owns America? A New Declaration of Independence,' edited by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate.
- Who Owns America? (Book). Christianson, Elin B. // Library Journal;11/1/1984, Vol. 109 Issue 18, p2056
Reviews the book 'Who Owns America?,' by Edmund Blair Bolles.
- Christian ethics and `A Theory of Justice'. Bayer, Richard C. // Journal of the American Academy of Religion;Spring96, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p45
Discusses Christian ethical implications of the principles of justice derived from John Rawls' `A Theory of Justice.' Dilemma of Western society; Metaphysical interpretation of the `original position'; Rawls' seeming rejection of persons as having conceptions of the good; Theory of overlapping...
- Rawls, justice in the family and justice of the family. Munoz-Darde, Veronique // Philosophical Quarterly;Jul98, Vol. 48 Issue 192, p335
Opinion. Examines the place the family occupies in the theory outlined in the books `A Theory of Justice,' and `Political Liberalism' by Rawls. Insight on the themes of justice `in' and `of' the family; Implication of the mention of the family in the books; How Rawls illustrates the idea of...
- RAWLS: O PROBLEMA DA AUTONOMIA E O COERENTISMO. Gondim, Elnora // Ideas y Valores;2010, Issue 144, p69
The transformation of the idea of autonomy into that of justice as equality modifies the work of Rawls taken as a whole. Thus, while in the Theory of Justice, a Kantiantype of autonomy is adopted, in Political Liberalism, autonomy is extended to the sphere of the political.
- A CONSERVATIVE REVOLUTION? Buffington, Robert // Sewanee Review;Summer2002, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p471
Discusses a collection of essays by the U.S. Agrarian writers, published in the book 'Who Owns America? A New Declaration of Independence.' Biographical sketch of Herbert Agar; Emphasis on history of property by Allen tate; Address to the popular caricature of Agrarianism by Agar in his essay;...
- Pareto efficiency, egalitarianism, and difference principles. Lamont, Julian // Social Theory & Practice;Fall94, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p311
The article focuses on Pareto efficiency, egalitarianism, and difference principles. In the decade that followed the publication of "A Theory of Justice," by John Rawl, a number of top economists and decision theorists argued that Rawl's argument for why the parties in the original position...