This collection critically engages with a number of recurrent themes from the work of G.A. Cohen, and most especially with arguments and positions advanced in his
Rescuing Justice and Equality.
A critical discussion of the work of the contemporary political theorist G.A. Cohen, an egalitarian and a critic of John RawlsOffers a critical perspective on his significant work on equality and constructivism, including his eagerly anticipated new book Rescuing Justice and EqualityThe contributors to this volume are noted for their own work on these topicsChallenges Cohen s view of the centrality of equality to justice, of the scope for free choice of occupation and economic incentives, as well as his view that fundamental principles of justice are insensitive to facts