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The Subject of Equality
The Domain of Equality
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absolute equality advantaged Allocation Subject American attained Bakke blacks bloc-equal bloc-regarding blocs claim class of equals compensatory inequality complex concept constant sum criteria defined discrimination distinction distribution divided domain of account domain of allocation Douglas Rae economic egalitarian equal prospects equality of opportunity example Gini index global equality hemodialysis human inclusionary inclusive income indifference curves individual Justice least difference lot-equal lot-regarding equality Marxism maximin means means-regarding equal opportunity median Meritocracy minimax needs notion pairwise Pareto principle person-regarding equality persons political practice principle problem prospect-regarding equal quotas R. H. Tawney race racial ratio criterion redistribution regarding equality relation relative equality requires Robert Nozick rule Section segmental equality simple equality simple individual-regarding equality social society subject class subject grammar subjects of equality Table talents Theory Thomas Nagel tion Tocqueville unequal University Press utility value structure versus W. G. Runciman women York