Mark LeBar is Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. His book, The Value of Living Well (Oxford University Press, 2013) provides a development of contemporary eudaimonist ethical theory. He is now working on extending that account of eudaimonism to questions about the nature and origin of the virtue of justice. He co-edited Equality and Public Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2014), and is the Editor of Social Theory and Practice.
1. Growing toward Justice Paul Woodruff
2. Adam Smith, Rousseau, and Kant on Becoming Just Ryan P. Hanley
3. Becoming Just by Eliminating Injustice: The Emergence of Property in Virtual Economies Bart J. Wilson
4. Learning How to Share Thomas Widlok
5. Thought, Emotions, and Sentiments in the Development of Justice Elliot Turiel, Audun Dahl, and Zinaida Besirevic
6. The Evolution of Justice Sarah Brosnan
7. The Dialectical Activity of Becoming Just Jon Garthoff
8. Should Epistemic Injustices be Redressed by the 'Corrective Virtues?' Alan Thomas
9. Confucian Values and Resources for Justice May Sim
10. Legislating the Personal Virtue of Justice Matthew A. Edwards
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