Social Justice and the Indian Rope Trick

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Anthony De Jasay
499 g
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Collected Papers of Anthony de

Anthony de Jasay is arguably one of the most independent thinkers and influential libertarian political philosophers of our time. Through his writings, he challenges the reigning paradigms justifying modern democratic government, providing an antidote to the well-intentioned yet, in Jasay's opinion, naive expansion of state power furthered by much of modern thought today. In this collection of witty and compelling essays, the author challenges what many of today's social and political philosophers widely accept: that social injustice is identified with inequality and social justice with equality. Rather, Jasay argues that justice preempts so-called social justice, so any attempt to adorn equality in the robes of social justice is an illusion, a sleight of hand, "much as the Indian rope in the notorious trick is made to stand up skyward on its own." The fifteen articles in this collection include both published and unpublished papers written over the years 2008 to 2012. Scholars, students, and general readers will enjoy this collection, which is written with just the right blend of serious scholarship, wit, and plain speaking. In addition, Social Justice and the Indian Rope Trick can be seen as a continuation of Jasay's Political Philosophy, Clearly (Liberty Fund, 2010) and a companion to his book Economic Sense and Nonsense (Liberty Fund, 2014).

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