Jonathan Wolff


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January 01, 1959

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Jonathan Wolff is a Professor specialising in political philosophy at University College London, in England. Wolff earned his MPhil from UCL under the direction of G.A. Cohen. He is the secretary of the British Philosophical Association and honorary secretary of the Aristotelian Society, which publishes Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. Recently, Wolff's work has specialized in disadvantage and equality and public policy decision making.

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An Introduction to Politica...

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Why Read Marx Today?

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Ethics and Public Policy: A...

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The Human Right to Health

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Robert Nozick: Property, Ju...

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An Introduction to Moral Ph...

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Readings in Moral Philosophy

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政治哲學緒論

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The Message of Redistributi...

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“Men have special needs too: for example, a man generally needs a higher daily intake of calories than a woman. But this has never been though of as a sign of men's inferiority to women; if anything, it is a sign of strength and an entitlement to extra food.”
Jonathan Wolff, An Introduction to Political Philosophy



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