Reflections on Alexander Rawls's Desert-Inclusive Justice

Originally published in The Independent Review

John Rawls proposes an ideal theory of a cooperative society, while Alexander Rawls considers a different question: what is the place of justice in a society where it cannot be assumed that productive cooperation is universal, where cooperation and solutions to collective-action problems are not independent of incentives.

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