Deborah Ardilli

Giustizia e conflitto. Nota sulla filosofia morale di Stuart Hampshire

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Stuart Hampshire represents one of the last significant scholars engaged in the liberal debate on justice inaugurated by John Rawls. This article maps the intellectual itinerary of the British thinker, following the progressive focus on the philosophical program which aimed at formulating the theory of minimal procedural justice. Polemical against the conciliatory vision of Rawls' constructivism, Hampshire proposes an interpretation of justice based on a metaphysics of conflict.

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