0n Justice (and guarantees)

People have accidents. They get old. They eat too much. They have bad luck. And sooner or later, something will be fatal. It would be a better world if such things did not happen, but they do. There is no use arguing about it. What is worth arguing about is whether it makes for a better world when people have to pay for other people’s misfortunes and mistakes rather than (or as well as) their own.

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Published in: Social Philosophy and Policy
1997 14 Pages 1-19


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