A Theory of Impartial Justice

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 21 (1):129-144 (2001)
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Some writers appear to believe that a theory of justice must somehow pick people up by the scruff of the neck and force them to behave justly, regardless of their beliefs or inclinations. This is an absurd demand... (B. Barry, Justice as Impartiality)
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