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    Equality of What? Why Liberty?
    Philosophia: International Journal of Philosophy (Philippine e-journal) 36 (1). 2007.
    Justice is about political ideals on how to accommodate differences that are natural among basically heterogeneous human beings. In many ways, justice is remarkably complicated because of the alleged conflict between the demands of equality and the concern that people should have as much liberty available. The author argues in this essay that the ideal of equality and liberty can be reconciled into the liberal ideal of fairness. This compromise view accounts as a justification for coercive insti…Read more