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" In formal terms, complex equality means that no citizen's standing in one sphere or with regard to one social good can be undercut by his standing in some other sphere, with regard to some other good. Thus, citizen X may be chosen over citizen Y for political... "
Spheres Of Justice: A Defense Of Pluralism And Equality - Seite 19
von Michael Walzer - 2008 - 364 Seiten
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Philosophy and Politics

G. M. K. Hunt, Gregory Max Kneale Hunt - 1990 - 147 Seiten
...describes it creates a condition of equality. How is this claim to be read? Walzer explains it as follows: In formal terms, complex equality means that no citizen's...his children, entrepreneurial opportunities, and so on.23 22 Williams, 'The Idea of Equality', 131. 23 M. Walzer, Spheres of Justice (Oxford: Martin Robertson,...
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Political Order and the Plural Structure of Society

James W. Skillen, Rockne M. McCarthy - 1991 - 435 Seiten
...the recognition of "complex equality." The regime of complex equality is the opposite of tyranny, ll establishes a set of relationships such that domination...his children, entrepreneurial opportunities, and so on.22 Walzer, in effect, accepts society's historical differentiation into multiple spheres as one...
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The Politics of Health Care Reform: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the ...

James A. Morone, Gary Stuart Belkin - 1994 - 557 Seiten
...across many different spheres of distribution. Walzer (1983: 19-20) expresses this point by noting that citizen X may be chosen over citizen Y for political...relation of equality to the men and women they govern . The conclusion of this argument forbids any good from serving as the basis for access to other goods...
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Reason, History, and Politics: The Communitarian Grounds of Legitimation in ...

David Ingram - 1995 - 467 Seiten
...unequal generally so long as X's office gives him no advantages over Y in any other sphere—superior medical care, access to better schools for his children, entrepreneurial opportunities, and so on. (19) In Walzer's opinion, then, fairly large—even monopolistic—inequalities in the distribution...
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Human Well-Being and Economic Goals

Program for the Study of Sustainable Change and Development (Tufts University. Global Development and Environment Institute) - 1997 - 427 Seiten
...politics. But they will not be unequal generally so long as .v's office gives him no advantages over v in any other sphere — superior medical care, access...for his children, entrepreneurial opportunities, and soon. [ 19] For goods, this amounts to the open-ended distributive principle: "No social good .v should...
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The New Social Theory Reader: Contemporary Debates

Steven Seidman, Jeffrey C. Alexander - 2001 - 409 Seiten
...politics. But they will not be unequal generally so long as X's office gives him no advantages over Y in am other sphere superior medical care, access to better...relation of equality to the men and women they govern. [. . .] The critique of dominance and domination points toward an open-ended distributive principle....
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Justice and Equality

Peter Vallentyne - 2002 - 2112 Seiten
...according to medieval writers, when they seize the property or invade the family of their subjects.I4 In political life — but more widely, too — the...entrepreneurial opportunities, and so on. So long as I9 office is not a dominant good, is not generally convertible, office holders will stand, or at least...
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Dual Nationality, Social Rights and Federal Citizenship in the U.S. and ...

Randall Hansen, Patrick Weil - 2002 - 341 Seiten
...with regard to some other good. Thus, citizen X may be chosen over citizen Y for political office, and the two of them will be unequal in the sphere of politics....to better schools for his children, entrepreneurial skills, and so on (Walzer: 1983, 18-19). Applied to citizenship, simple equality would require that...
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The Morality of Gay Rights: An Exploration in Political Philosophy

Carlos A. Ball, Carlos Ball - 2003 - 273 Seiten
...domination by a distributive criterion outside of its proper sphere. As Walzer explains, complex equality establishes a set of relationships such that domination...his children, entrepreneurial opportunities, and so on(S),19). Complex equality is different from "simple equality"; under a regime of simple equality,...
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Introduction to Contemporary Political Theory

Colin Farrelly - 2004 - 189 Seiten
...equality. Each social good represents a distinct sphere of justice and complex equality obtains when No citizen's standing in one sphere or with regard...children, entrepreneurial opportunities, and so on. (Walzer, 1983: 19) Complex equality is contrasted with the system of simple equality. The former seeks...
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