About this book
A major philosophical work by the Nobel prize-winning economist and writer constructing a new theory of justice grounded in practicality. Now in paperback. 'A feast... a contribution of the highest rank' "Economist"
Is justice an ideal, for ever beyond our grasp, or something that may actually guide our practical decisions and enhance our lives? This book offers a fresh approach to mainstream theories of justice. It shows how the principles of justice in the modern world must avoid parochialism and address vital questions of global injustice.