Justice by Association: A Review of Danielle Allen’s ‘Justice by Means of Democracy'
It’s hard to have genuine conversations about equality and difference when some of the people we’ve metaphorically invited to the table lack enough food at their non-metaphorical tables. That’s one reason that some political theory encounters practical limits in its real-world applications.
Harvard professor Danielle Allen’s latest book, Justice by Means of Democracy, has little patience for abstractions that neglect real-world constraints.
Equality, Justice, Difference, Danielle Allen, John Rawls
John Inazu, Justice by Association A review of Danielle Allen’s ‘Justice by Means of Democracy, The Dispatch (July 1, 2023) https://thedispatch.com/article/justice-by-association/
Inazu, John D., "Justice by Association: A Review of Danielle Allen’s ‘Justice by Means of Democracy'" (2023). Scholarship@WashULaw. 120.