George Sher, Approximate Justice. Studies in Non-Ideal Theory

Peacock, Mark S.
June 2000
Ethical Theory & Moral Practice;Jun2000, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p213
Book Review
Reviews the book "Approximate Justice: Studies in Non-Ideal Theory," by George Sher.


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