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by A. B. Atkinson,Ronald Dworkin,Albert O. Hirschman,E. J. Hobsbawm,Amartya Sen,Dorothy Wedderburn,Paul Barker

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0198292058
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978-0198292050
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A. B. Atkinson,Ronald Dworkin,Albert O. Hirschman,E. J. Hobsbawm,Amartya Sen,Dorothy Wedderburn,Paul Barker
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Oxford University Press; 1St Edition edition (February 27, 1997)
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Living As Equals Paperback – July 29, 1999.

Living As Equals Paperback – July 29, 1999.

Living As Equals book. This is a collection of essays by six prominent social scientists on the. Amartya Sen offers an overview of how equality can be furthered by public action.

Living As Equals A. B. Atkinson (contribution), Paul Barker (Ed., Ronald Dworkin (contributor), Albert O. Hirschman (contributor), E. J. Hobsbawm (contribution), Amartya Sen (contribution), Dorothy Wedderburn (contributor) Oxford University Press, USA, 1997 . catalog. A. Atkinson proposes an official poverty line in Britain as a way to focus public debate and political action. Dorothy Wedderburn argues the case for the superiority of public action in relation to the National Health Service.

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Amartya Sen offers an overview of how equality can be furthered by public action. Albert O. Hirschman scrutinizes the rhetorical devices used to counter proposals for reform.

Albert Otto Hirschman (born Otto-Albert Hirschmann; April 7, 1915 – December 10, 2012) was an economist and the author of several books on political economy and political ideology. His first major contribution was in the area of development economics. Because developing countries are short of decision making skills, he argued that disequilibria should be encouraged to stimulate growth and help mobilize resources.

Born in Massachusetts. Studied at Harvard, Oxford and Yale. Clerked for Judge Learned Hand

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Dworkin earned degrees (. B The American philosopher Ronald Dworkin argued for a different view in Taking Rights Seriously (1977) and subsequent works. 1957) from Harvard University and studied as a Rhodes scholar at Magdelen College, Oxford, which in 1955 awarded him a . Dworkin’s books include the seminal Taking Rights Seriously (1977), A Matter of Principle (1985), Life’s Dominion (1993), Sovereign Virtue (2000), Justice in Robes (2006), and Justice for Hedgehogs (2011), his last. philosophy of law: Ronald Dworkin. The American philosopher Ronald Dworkin argued for a different view in Taking Rights Seriously (1977) and subsequent works.

Ronald Dworkin is widely accepted as the most important and most controversial Anglo-American jurist of the past forty years

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This is a collection of essays by six prominent social scientists on the ideal of economic and social equality and the ways, if any, in which public action can help to achieve it. * Amartya Sen offers an overview of how equality can be furthered by public action. * A. B. Atkinson proposes an official poverty line in Britain as a way to focus public debate and political action. * E. J. Hobsbawm explores the tensions within the rival demands of language, nation, and culture. * Dorothy Wedderburn argues the case for the superiority of public action in relation to the National Health Service. * Albert O. Hirschman scrutinizes the rhetorical devices used to counter proposals for reform. * Ronald Dworkin demonstrates that liberty and equality are not, as some argue, in conflict.