Justice as Impartiality confronts issues at the heart of modern political philosophy. This work examines Barry's thesis, expanding the discussion beyond the text to wider issues at the centre of contemporary debates about the nature and theories of distributive justice. It brings together responses from a range of Barry's critics including feminists, utilitarians, mutual advantage theorists, care theorists and anti-contractarians.
Impartiality, Neutrality and Justice
Edinburgh University Press
Re-Reading Brian Barry's Justice as Impartiality
Education & Reference