1. Expensive Taste Rides Again: G. A. Cohen, Oxford University.
2. Talent, Slavery and Envy: Miriam Cohen Christofidis, Philosophy at University College London.
3. Equality of Resources Versus Undominated Diversity: Philippe Van Parijs, Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium).
4. Liberty, Equality, Envy, and Abstraction: Michael Otsuka, University College London.
5. Cracked Foundations of Liberal Equality: Richard J. Arneson, University of California, San Diego.
6. A Puzzle about Ethics, Justice and the Sacred: Matthew Clayton, University of Warwick.
7. Dworkin on Freedom and Culture: Will Kymlicka, Queen's University.
8. Justice In Health Care: Can Dworkin Justify Universal Access?: Lesley A. Jacobs, York University.
9. Equality of Resources and Procreative Justice: Paula Casal, Keele University and Andrew Williams, University of Reading.
10. Morality and the ‘New Genetics’: Justine Burley, Oxford University.
11. Autonomy, Beneficence and the Permanently Demented: Seana Valentine Shiffrin, University of California, Los Angeles.
12. Ronald Dworkin’s Views on Abortion and Assisted Suicide: F. M. Kamm, New York University.
13. Reverence for Life and the Limits of State Power: Eric Rakowski, University of California at Berkeley.
14. Associative Obligations and the State: Leslie Green, York University.
15. Speaking with One Voice: On Dworkinian Integrity and Coherence: Joseph Raz, Oxford University.
16. Integrity: Justice in Workclothes: Gerald J. Postema, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
17. The Rule of Law as a Theater of Debate: Jeremy Waldron, Columbia University.
18. Ronald Dworkin Replies.
Major Works By and About Ronald Dworkin.
Hillel Steiner, University of Manchester
“This is a terrific collection. Dworkin’s work has been hugely influential across a wide range of issues in moral, legal and political philosophy. Here that work is interrogated by a quite outstanding cast of critics, and Dworkin replies. For once, ‘indispensable’ seems about right.”
Adam Swift, Oxford University
"In this collection we see why Ronald Dworkin is the most important theorist of Anglo-American jurisprudence in this era: not only his clarity and vision but his unique ability to stimulate thoughtful and imaginative commentary. This is the rare collection worth reading for the whole as well as its parts."
Philip Bobbitt, The University of Texas
- Provides an in-depth, analytical discussion of Ronald Dworkin's ethical, legal and political philosophical writings.
- Includes substantial replies by Ronald Dworkin, a comprehensive bibliography of his work, and suggestions for further reading.
- Contributors include Richard Arneson, G. A. Cohen, Frances Kamm, Will Kymlicka, Philippe van Parijs, Eric Rakowski, Joseph Raz and Jeremy Waldron.
- Makes an important contribution to many on-going debates over abortion, euthanasia, the rule of law, distributive justice, group rights, political obligation, and genetics.