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heteronomy)
Raz, Jospeh, 4, 21, 90, 97, 145, 147,
Nozick, Robert, 276, 329
149, 164, 171, 240, 295, 301, 315,
object-relations theory, 135 316, 320“22
reason
original position, 141“3
critical, 47
Oshana, Marina, 5, 8“11, 20, 171
instrumental, 40
Owen, David, 263, 270
reciprocity, 230, 235
overlapping consensus, 18, 248
recognition, 11“14, 112, 130, 131, 133,
Packard, Vance, 212 137“9, 142, 147
re¬‚ection, 6, 9, 10, 18, 29, 135, 136
Painter, Susan, 154
re¬‚exivity, 110
Pateman, Carol, 20
representational authority, 347, 348
paternalism, 15, 206, 285, 304
republicanism, 14, 15, 23, 177“200
Patterson, Orlando, 124
and autonomy, 193“6
perfectionism, 5, 15, 147, 149, 208“11,
and dependence, 179“81
295
and freedom, 181“7
person(hood), 4, 18, 22, 140, 143
respect, 342, 347
Pettit, Philip, 14, 23, 177, 181, 183“93,
Richardson, Henry, 159“61, 163“4
198, 241
rights, 129, 133, 137“9
pluralism, 7, 16, 18, 142, 143, 249,
human, 231
289, 343
individualistic, 139
Pogge, Thomas W., 145
socio-economic, 129
political authority, 9
Rorty, Amelie, 78, 88
Political Liberalism, 252“3, 355
Rorty, Richard, 55
political liberalism, 245
Rosen, Allen, 312
Pollack, John, 357
Ross, Lee, 354
postmodernism, 4
R¨ ssler, Beate, 148
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power, 7
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 179, 305
practical intelligence, 40
practical reason, 282
Sandel, Michael, 11“12, 21, 22, 177,
Pratto, Filicia, 151
priority of right, 322 180“1, 201, 328
Santiago, John, 87, 95
private language, 288
Sartre, Jean-Paul, 125
procedural independence, 3
Scanlon, Thomas, 239
procedural republic, 180
Index
382

Selznick, Philip, 270
Scarry, Elaine, 148
Sen, Amartya, 132, 145, 147
Schachter, S., 75
Sher, George, 52, 147, 187“93, 303
Schapiro, Tamar, 73
Skinner, Quentin, 14“16, 181, 183,
Schechtman, Marya, 55
Schef¬‚er, Samuel, 122 187“96, 241
Smith, Michael, 278, 302
Scheman, Naomi, 52
sovereignty, popular, 20“1
Schneewind, Jerome, 167
Spinner-Haley, Jeff, 172
Schroeder, Timothy, 103, 106
Springer, Elise, 52
Schudson, Michael, 225
Stoljar, Natalie, 20“2, 145
Scitovsky, Tibor, 216“18
subject (critique of ), 134
self, 4, 9“11, 57“73
subordination (see domination)
-alienation, 46 (see also alienation)
Sunstein, Cass, 177, 201, 219
authentic, 3, 49, 55
-authorization, 12“13, 114“17, 119
taxation, 219
authorship, 295
Taylor, Charles, 21, 73, 94, 96, 136,
-concept, 79, 81“5, 89, 93, 96, 294,
146, 148, 240, 329
337
Thalberg, Irving, 21
conceptions of, 8, 28
Thomas, Lawrence M., 124
-deception, 91
Thomson, Judith, 279
-de¬nition, 12, 28, 45“50
traumatic bonding, 158, 159
-determination, 43
Tully, James, 248, 250, 253
-disclosure, 103
Tushnet, Mark, 197
-discovery, 9, 27, 28, 43, 45“50
divided, 30, 105
unconscious, 30, 38“9
embodied, 31, 33, 34, 40, 44, 53
-esteem, 131, 133, 135“8, 141, 143,
value neutrality, 2, 4, 5, 7, 15, 145
159, 160
Veblen, Thorstein, 220
¬ve-dimensional account of, 9, 50
veil of ignorance, 140, 141
-government, 3, 196
Velleman, David, 9“10, 51, 125, 137
-identity, 78“80, 83“4, 86, 88, 93
Viroli, Maurizio, 181, 187, 194“6, 199
-knowledge, 338“40, 346, 348“51
virtue (see also civic virtue)
narrative, 10, 50, 55, 57“73
social, 16
-narration, 62, 64, 65, 70, 71, 73
volitional character, 80
post-modern conception of, 339
volitional necessity, 81“3, 86, 87
-re¬‚ection, 5“6, 77, 85, 96
vulnerability, 127, 129, 130, 138, 140,
relational view of,. 30, 32, 34, 38,
141, 143, 144, 156
333
-respect, 131“3, 137, 138, 141, 143
Waldron, Jeremy, 2, 17“18, 20, 196,
social, 12, 13, 29“30, 36“8
social dimension of, 108 249, 253, 296, 303
Walker, Margaret, 53, 55
and subordination, 132
Wall, Steven, 21, 147, 295“7, 305
unitary, 27, 40, 47, 54, 72, 73
Watson, Gary, 103, 109
-transparency, 18, 339, 346
Wellmer, Albrecht, 241
-transparency, 7
Wildt, Andreas, 147
true, 9, 10, 12, 332
Williams, Bernard, 267, 353
-trust, 22, 133“5, 137, 138, 141, 143,
Winnicott, Donald, 148
356
Index 383

Wittgenstein, Lugwig, 288 Young, Iris Marion, 126
Wolf, Susan, 121, 282 Young, Robert, 20, 22, 120, 145, 295
Wolff, Robert Paul, 21, 195
Wong, David, 78, 88 Zillman, E., 75

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