egalitarian


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a person who believes in the equality of all people

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favoring social equality

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First, preferential affirmative action contradicts the egalitarian injunction to treat individuals equally.
Second, because egalitarian public reason supports cultural communities only as arrays of options from which to choose life-plans, it ultimately fails to justify public support for any particular community unless preserving that community would be in everyone's interest.
A fully developed conception of nonsubordination must address many practical or applied problems, including many problems that are familiar in the law, and egalitarian political theory has indeed been brought to bear on such problems in legal scholarship.
With the attendant difficulties of measuring equity, the authors are sceptical that ambitious egalitarian policies can be implemented or achieve their goals.
FPP expresses the egalitarian notion that protection from crime is a good produced by the criminal law, and the state has a duty to distribute this good fairly.
Egalitarian lottery application of health care resources is arbitrary and unfair.
Not all "folklore" or received popular belief is liberating, egalitarian, or life-giving like the stories collected in Mules and Men (1935); some myth, like the "folklore" of racism, is just superstition that prevents people from acting in their own best interests.
It is egalitarian in its acknowledgment of differences between parents and children, while maintaining a commitment to overcome temporary inequalities.
Archaeologist Marija Gimbutas and others believe that this egalitarian "civilization of the goddess" was obliterated by the Indo-European invaders who established a domineering, violence-prone society whose gods are exclusively male.
Finkelstein called for more egalitarian and a new breed of partnership among executives, management and workers to foster a "we're all in this together" culture.
This book argues, from a normative perspective, for the incorporation of an egalitarian sensitivity into tort law, and more generally, into private law.
This study shows that in egalitarian countries there is less social stigma attached to men doing what was traditionally women's work.
The fourth edition of this textbook on global cultures has been expanded to include new discussions of topics such as Scandinavian egalitarian cultures, diversity in India, frameworks of the GLOBE study and the Finnish sauna culture.
It is noteworthy that Ziegler fails to demonstrate how lower public sector wages in the current capitalist political economy (as opposed to an egalitarian utopia) would further the goal of economic equality.
In particular, I show that disadvantages that result from perfectly free choice can constitute egalitarian injustice.