Lecture_19_economic_justice_Nozick

Lecture_19_economic_justice_Nozick - Nozick: Entitlements...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/5/11 Nozick: Entitlements Young: Distributive Justice Lecture 19: July 14th 2009
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2/5/11 Patterned and unpatterned Patterned principles: Specify that distribution is to vary along with some natural dimension. “To each according to his x Intelligence, moral merit, needs, how hard he works, etc. Unpatterned principles Entitlement theory of justice – simply specifies General problem with patterned principles - they ignore the fact that holdings come into the world with people having entitlements to them. Treat holdings as if they
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2/5/11 Distributive justice and Principles of distributive justice cannot ignore entitlements. Wilt Chamberlain example: D1 – favoured distribution (e.g. equality) D2 – inequality due to voluntary transfer of shares. “No end-state principle or distributional patterned principle of justice can be continuously realized without continuous
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2/5/11 Problems with patterned Problem 1
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