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Inequality Reexamined

 
Amartya Sen (Author)
Synopsis In this original and incisive monograph, the author begins by identifying a common characteristic of virtually all the contemporary ethical approaches to social arrangement. The basic issue that divides the different approaches is not 'whether equality' but 'equality of what'? The claims of equality in social arrangements are analyzed by the author on the pervasive diversity of human beings, which makes equality in one sphere conflict substantially with equality in another. Amartya Sen extensively explores one specific way of answering the question. He concentrates on the capability of different persons to achieve valuable functioning's. By investing inequalities related to such categories as class, gender, and communities, he demonstrates the far-reaching significance of these conceptual differences, and the force of the proposed approach. Economic philosophers will be glad to see Sen's ideas summarized and interwoven .. He is certainly a master of his craft. - TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. He's done really high-powered, abstract, theoretical work, but also, at the same time, really useful practical work- Lord Eatwell, Master QUEENS COLLEGE,CAMBRIDGE.
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About the author

Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen is Lamont University Professor at Harvard. He won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1998 and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1998-2004. His most recent books are Development as Freedom and Rationality and Freedom. His books have been translated into more than thirty languages.

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Title Inequality Reexamined
Author Amartya Sen
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2008
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 198289286
length xiv+207p., 22cm.