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FORMAL AND PROCEDURAL EQUALITY
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AND UTILITY
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acceptable according alternative distributions arguments axiology basic structure chapter classical utilitarian collective preference ranking column-sum conception of justice constitutes D-structure discussion distribution of economic distributive effects distributive justice economic resources effective average effects of society equal treatment equalitarian equality of economic ethical preferences extended utilitarianism fact form of utilitarianism formulation Frankena idea ideal individual preference rankings interpretation of preference John Rawls justice as fairness justified least material principles means MELP members of society meritarianism meta-ethics moral considerations moral value Narveson Nicholas Rescher nomic normative ethical objective participants pattern of distribution person philosophers principle of equality principles of justice problem of justice question Rawls Rawlsian reason regards economic welfare relevant Rescher resources of society seems sense of preference social choice function social position subjective preferences theory of distributive theory of justice tion unequal treatment Value Theory versions of T0 William Frankena