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The Resource Is the welfare state justified?, Daniel Shapiro

Is the welfare state justified?, Daniel Shapiro

Label
Is the welfare state justified?
Title
Is the welfare state justified?
Statement of responsibility
Daniel Shapiro
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1954-
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Shapiro, Daniel
Index
index present
LC call number
JC479
LC item number
.S53 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Welfare state
  • Free enterprise
Label
Is the welfare state justified?, Daniel Shapiro
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-309) and index
Contents
Introduction -- Justification in political philosophy -- Internal versus external arguments -- Clarifying the institutional alternatives -- Coming attractions -- Central perspectives in political philosophy -- Justice, equality, and fairness -- Basic rights, liberty and well-being -- Community and solidarity -- Public justification and epistemic accessibility -- Health insurance, part I -- The topic's importance -- The institutional alternatives -- Egalitarianism and NHI -- Risks and choices : egalitarian reasons for MHI -- Rationing, visibility, and egalitarian outcomes : why market allocation is better -- Why the priority view agrees with the egalitarian support of MHI -- Health insurance, part II -- Basic rights and the right to health care -- The content of the right -- The grounds of the right to health care -- Health care and communitarianism -- Public justification, information, and rationing -- Conclusion : the reasons for MHI's superiority -- Old-age or retirement pensions -- Introduction -- The institutional alternatives -- Egalitarianism, fairness, and retirement pensions -- Positive rights and security -- Community, solidarity, and pension systems -- Public justification, epistemic accessibility, and the superiority of private pension -- Conclusion -- Welfare or means-tested benefits, part I -- Introduction -- Different kinds of state welfare -- Nongovernmental aid -- Egalitarianism and welfare-state redistribution -- Why prioritarianism agrees with egalitarianism about welfare policy -- Will private charity be enough? -- Welfare or means-tested benefits, part II -- The right to welfare -- Communitarianism and welfare -- Public justification, epistemic accessibility, and welfare -- Conclusion : the uncertain choice between state and private conditional aid -- Conclusion -- Introduction -- The problems with SS and the transition problem -- The Cato plan -- The Brookings plan -- Comparing the two plans -- Where things stand
Control code
71506871
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 323 p.
Isbn
9780521860659
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2006029240
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)71506871
  • 174131917
Label
Is the welfare state justified?, Daniel Shapiro
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-309) and index
Contents
Introduction -- Justification in political philosophy -- Internal versus external arguments -- Clarifying the institutional alternatives -- Coming attractions -- Central perspectives in political philosophy -- Justice, equality, and fairness -- Basic rights, liberty and well-being -- Community and solidarity -- Public justification and epistemic accessibility -- Health insurance, part I -- The topic's importance -- The institutional alternatives -- Egalitarianism and NHI -- Risks and choices : egalitarian reasons for MHI -- Rationing, visibility, and egalitarian outcomes : why market allocation is better -- Why the priority view agrees with the egalitarian support of MHI -- Health insurance, part II -- Basic rights and the right to health care -- The content of the right -- The grounds of the right to health care -- Health care and communitarianism -- Public justification, information, and rationing -- Conclusion : the reasons for MHI's superiority -- Old-age or retirement pensions -- Introduction -- The institutional alternatives -- Egalitarianism, fairness, and retirement pensions -- Positive rights and security -- Community, solidarity, and pension systems -- Public justification, epistemic accessibility, and the superiority of private pension -- Conclusion -- Welfare or means-tested benefits, part I -- Introduction -- Different kinds of state welfare -- Nongovernmental aid -- Egalitarianism and welfare-state redistribution -- Why prioritarianism agrees with egalitarianism about welfare policy -- Will private charity be enough? -- Welfare or means-tested benefits, part II -- The right to welfare -- Communitarianism and welfare -- Public justification, epistemic accessibility, and welfare -- Conclusion : the uncertain choice between state and private conditional aid -- Conclusion -- Introduction -- The problems with SS and the transition problem -- The Cato plan -- The Brookings plan -- Comparing the two plans -- Where things stand
Control code
71506871
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 323 p.
Isbn
9780521860659
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2006029240
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)71506871
  • 174131917

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