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By Keith Dowding, Robert E. Goodin, Carole Pateman

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Whereas a lot has been written approximately social justice, much more has been written approximately democracy. hardly ever is the connection among social justice and democracy conscientiously thought of. Does justice require democracy? Will democracy convey justice? This quantity brings jointly best authors who reflect on the connection of democracy and justice. The intrinsic justness of democracy is challenged and the connection among justice, democracy and the typical stable tested.

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Whereas a lot has been written approximately social justice, much more has been written approximately democracy. hardly is the connection among social justice and democracy conscientiously thought of. Does justice require democracy? Will democracy convey justice? This quantity brings jointly major authors who contemplate the connection of democracy and justice.

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Nevertheless, democratic procedures and just social outcomes are far from being the same thing. Despite this obvious fact, I am not convinced that extant theories of justice and arguments for democracy are as analytically distinct as most theorists maintain. I will argue that the fundamental justifications for having democratic procedures lie essentially in the same realm as arguments for social justice. Of course, there are many competing theories of justice. And they do not all envisage the same ‘good life’.

Are democratic and just institutions the same? 31 can say is that institutions are more or less just to the degree in which they deliver the just outcome for which they were designed. We can think about these procedural implications from so-called ‘endstate theories’ by considering the role of incentives in Rawls’ theory of justice which has taxed some recently (Cohen 1995; Cohen 2000 and is the subject of Barry 1989b: Appendix C). Barry succinctly summarizes the problem: On the one hand, when he is seeking to establish equality as the baseline from which departures have to be justified, Rawls relies on the premise that whatever makes people more or less capable of producing is morally arbitrary.

33 decision just because one does not like it, but that is not the issue. But no matter what the procedures of justice or democracy are, they should be open to challenge because the results of those procedures do not conform to what was expected when those procedures were formed. What I have in mind is the simple contractual analogy. We enter into a contract to form a set of rules to govern our democracy. Some of the rules are set up to ensure we have entered a society that is just. We assume that those signing the contract did so willingly, and there was no domination of one group by another.

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