Strongly Encouraged Advance Reading for
***********We will add a handful of additional advanced readings in the next few weeks!******
Elizabeth Anderson (2015) “When the Market Was Left,” pp. 63-93, in Liberty, Equality, and Private Government.
Thomas Christiano (2006) “Political Equality and the Independent Power of Private Property,” in John Kultgen and Mary Lenzi, eds. Problems for Democracy, pp. 119-38. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
Jonathan Hopkin and Mark Blyth (2018) “The Global Economics of European Populism,” Government and Opposition 54: 193-225.
Frederick Neuhouser (2013) “Rousseau’s Critique of Economic Inequality,” Philosophy and Public Affairs 41: 193-225.
Kevin Vallier (2019) “Rawls, Piketty and the Critique of Welfare State Capitalism,” Journal of Politics 81:142-52.
Bibliography of Contributions Relevant
to Summer School Themes
Mark Blyth (2002) Great Transformations, Cambridge University Press.
William A. Edmundson (2017) John Rawls: Reticent Socialist, Cambridge University Press.
Stephanie Mudge (2018), Leftism Reinvented, Harvard University Press.
Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson (eds.) (2012), Property-Owning Democracy: Rawls and Beyond, Blackwell-Wiley.
John Rawls (2001) Justice as Fairness, Harvard University Press.
Alan Thomas (2016) Republic of Equals: Predistribution and Property-Owning Democracy, Oxford University Press.
Philippe van Paris (2011) Just Democracy: the Rawls-Machiavelli Programme, ECPR Press.
Mark Blyth (2016) “Global Trumpism”, Foreign Affairs, November 15.
Richard Dagger (2006) “Neo-republicanism and the Civic Economy”, Politics, Philosophy and Economics 5: 151–173.
Robert Hockett (2015) “Pre-Liberal Autonomy & Post-Liberal Finance”, Law and Contemporary Problems 77: 105-30.
Frederick Neuhouser (2014) “Rousseau’s Critique of Economic Inequality”, Philosophy and Public Affairs 41: 193-225.
Martin O' Neill, Emily McTernan, and Christian Schemmel (2016) “If You Care about Social Equality, You Want a Big State: Home, Work, Care and Social Egalitarianism”, Juncture 23: 138–144 (Can be found on Martin O’Neill’s academia.edu page).