Browsing by Author "Cupit, Geoffrey"

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  • The basis of equality

    Cupit, Geoffrey (CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS, 2000)
    It is often said that justice requires equality. Which kind of equality justice requires is, of course, a matter of dispute: it is widely held that in a just society there must be equality before the law, and equality of ...
  • Fairness as Order: A Grammatical and Etymological Prolegomenon

    Cupit, Geoffrey (Springer, 2011)
    If frequency of use and early acquisition are any guides to significance, fairness must be one of our more important moral concepts. Complaints of unfairness are ubiquitous, and the obsession of children for fairness is a ...
  • Fraternity and Equality

    Cupit, Geoffrey (Cambridge, 2013)
    Is there a connection between the values of fraternity and outcome equality? Is inequality at odds with fraternity? There are reasons to doubt that it is. First, fraternity requires us to want our ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’ ...
  • Review of 'Global Justice: A Cosmopolitan Account', by Gillian Brock

    Cupit, Geoffrey (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    This article reviews the book: “Global justice: A cosmopolitan account” by Gillian Brock.
  • Three Ways to Value Equality

    Cupit, Geoffrey (Imprint Academic, 2004)
    There is much inequality in the world — inequalities of wealth, political power, health care and life-span, educational and cultural opportunities, and so on. Some of these inequalities are shared around so that they tend ...