by Stephen Nathanson
Prentice Hall, 1998 144 pp $19.95
Everyone loves a good argument; and as we know from the dialogues of Plato, few questions are more likely to get an argument going than “What is justice?” In the most recent entry in Prentice Hall’s venerable Foundations of Philosophy series, Stephen Nathanson addresses the economic aspects of this perennial question. Economic Justice should generate many lively arguments—and not only, one hopes, among its primary student audience. It’s a book that every reflective citizen can profit by....
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