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100 1  Sen, Amartya,|d1933- 
245 10 Inequality reexamined /|cAmartya Sen. 
260    New York :|bRussell Sage Foundation ;|aCambridge, Mass. :
       |bHarvard University Press,|c1992. 
300    xiv, 207 pages ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-197) and 
       indexes. 
505 0  |tPreface --|tIntroduction: Questions and Themes
       |g(starting p. 1) --|g1|tEquality of What?|g(starting p. 
       12) --|g1.1|tWhy Equality? What Equality?|g(starting p. 
       12) --|g1.2|tImpartiality and Equality|g(starting p. 16) -
       -|g1.3|tHuman Diversity and Basal Equality|g(starting p. 
       19) --|g1.4|tEquality versus Liberty?|g(starting p. 21) --
       |g1.5|tPlurality and Alleged Emptiness|g(starting p. 23) -
       -|g1.6|tMeans and Freedoms|g(starting p. 26) --|g1.7
       |tIncome Distribution, Well-Being and Freedom|g(starting 
       p. 28) --|g2|tFreedom, Achievement and Resources
       |g(starting p. 31) --|g2.1|tFreedom and Choice|g(starting 
       p. 31) --|g2.2|tReal Income, Opportunities and Selection
       |g(starting p. 34) --|g2.3|tFreedom Distinguished from 
       Resources|g(starting p. 36) --|g3|tFunctionings and 
       Capability|g(starting p. 39) --|g3.1|tCapability Sets
       |g(starting p. 39) --|g3.2|tValue Objects and Evaluative 
       Spaces|g(starting p. 42) --|g3.3|tSelection and Weighting
       |g(starting p. 44) --|g3.4|tIncompleteness: Fundamental 
       and Pragmatic|g(starting p. 46) --|g3.5|tCapability or 
       Functionings?|g(starting p. 49) --|g3.6|tUtility vis-a-vis
       Capability|g(starting p. 53) --|g4|tFreedom, Agency and 
       Well-Being|g(starting p. 56) --|g4.1|tWell-Being vis-a-vis
       Agency|g(starting p. 56) --|g4.2|tAgency, Instrumentality 
       and Realization|g(starting p. 57) --|g4.3|tCan Freedom 
       Conflict with Well-Being?|g(starting p. 59) --|g4.4
       |tFreedom and Disadvantageous Choices|g(starting p. 62) --
       |g4.5|tControl and Effective Freedom|g(starting p. 64) --
       |g4.6|tFreedom from Hunger, Malaria and Other Maladies
       |g(starting p. 66) --|g4.7|tThe Relevance of Well-Being
       |g(starting p. 69) --|g5|tJustice and Capability
       |g(starting p. 73) --|g5.1|tThe Informational Bases of 
       Justice|g(starting p. 73) --|g5.2|tRawlsian Justice and 
       the Political Conception|g(starting p. 75) --|g5.3
       |tPrimary Goods and Capabilities|g(starting p. 79) --|g5.4
       |tDiversities: Ends and Personal Characteristics
       |g(starting p. 85) --|g6|tWelfare Economics and Inequality
       |g(starting p. 88) --|g6.1|tSpace Choice and Evaluative 
       Purpose|g(starting p. 88) --|g6.2|tShortfalls, Attainments
       and Potentials|g(starting p. 89) --|g6.3|tInequality, 
       Welfare and Justice|g(starting p. 93) --|g6.4|tWelfare-
       Based Inequality Evaluation|g(starting p. 95) --|g7
       |tPoverty and Affluence|g(starting p. 102) --|g7.1
       |tInequality and Poverty|g(starting p. 102) --|g7.2|tThe 
       Nature or Poverty|g(starting p. 107) --|g7.3|tLowness vis-
       a-vis Inadequacy of Incomes|g(starting p. 109) --|g7.4|tDo
       Concepts Matter?|g(starting p. 112) --|g7.5|tPoverty in 
       Rich Countries|g(starting p. 114) --|g8|tClass, Gender and
       Other Groups|g(starting p. 117) --|g8.1|tClass and 
       Classification|g(starting p. 117) --|g8.2|tGender and 
       Inequality|g(starting p. 122) --|g8.3|tInterregional 
       Contrasts|g(starting p. 125) --|g9|tThe Demands of 
       Equality|g(starting p. 129) --|g9.1|tQuestions of Equality
       |g(starting p. 129) --|g9.2|tEquality, Space and Diversity
       |g(starting p. 130) --|g9.3|tPlurality, Incompleteness and
       Evaluation|g(starting p. 131) --|g9.4|tData, Observations 
       and Effective Freedoms|g(starting p. 135) --|g9.5
       |tAggregation, Egalitarianism and Efficiency|g(starting p.
       136) --|g9.6|tAlternative Defences of Inequality
       |g(starting p. 138) --|g9.7|tIncentives, Diversity and 
       Egalitarianism|g(starting p. 141) --|g9.8|tOn Equality as 
       a Social Concern|g(starting p. 143) --|g9.9
       |tResponsibility and Fairness|g(starting p. 148) --|g9.10
       |tCapability, Freedom and Motivations|g(starting p. 150) -
       -|tReferences|g(starting p. 153) --|tIndex of Names
       |g(starting p. 199) --|tIndex of Subjects|g(starting p. 
       205) 
520    Amartya Sen argues that the dictum "all people are created
       equal" serves largely to deflect attention from the fact 
       that we differ in age, gender, talents, and physical 
       abilities as well as in material advantages and social 
       background. He argues for concentrating on higher and more
       basic values: individual capabilities and freedom to 
       achieve objectives. By contentrating on the equity and 
       efficiency of social arrangements in promoting freedoms 
       and capabilities of individuals, Sen adds an important new
       dimension to arguments about such vital issues as gender 
       inequalities, welfare policies, affirmative action, and 
       public provision of health care and education. 
650  0 Equality. 
650  0 Liberty. 
650  0 Welfare economics. 
650  6 Égalité (Sociologie) 
650  6 Liberté 
650  6 Économie du bien-être. 
650  7 Equality.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00914456 
650  7 Liberty.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00997251 
650  7 Welfare economics.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01173620 
650  7 Gleichheit|2gnd|0(DE-588)4021231-2 
650  7 Sozialphilosophie|2gnd|0(DE-588)4055876-9 
650  7 Sozialpolitik|2gnd|0(DE-588)4055879-4 
650  7 Sozioökonomisches System|2gnd|0(DE-588)4182012-5 
650  7 Wohlfahrtstheorie|2gnd|0(DE-588)4066735-2 
650 12 Freedom.|0(DNLM)D005610 
650 17 Sociale ongelijkheid.|2gtt|0(NL-LeOCL)078668247 
650 17 Gelijkheid.|2gtt|0(NL-LeOCL)078515750 
650 17 Ongelijkheid.|2gtt|0(NL-LeOCL)078610982 
650 17 Welvaartseconomie.|2gtt|0(NL-LeOCL)078957028 
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