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Ideas of Ronald Dworkin, by Text

[American, 1931 - 2013, Born in Worcester, Ma. Professor at New York University, and Oxford.]

1977 Taking Rights Seriously
p.44 We can treat people as equals, or actually treat them equally [Grayling]
p.93 Dworkin believed we should promote equality, to increase autonomy [Kekes]
179-83 p.4 Treating people as equals is the one basic value of all plausible political theories [Kymlicka]
1985 A Matter of Principle
p.79 If we assess what people would buy in an imaginary insurance market, our taxes could copy it [Kymlicka]