HDCA (2011). The Capability Approach as a Theory of Justice - Clarifications and Challenges Special issue of Maitreyee, the e-bulletin of the HDCA (September 2011).

Theme: The Capability Approach as a Theory of Justice – Clarifications and Challenges

Table of Contents

  • Introduction: ‘The Capability Approach as a Theory of Justice: Clarifications and Challenges’ (Krushil Watene)
  • Sen on Justice, Deliberation, and Individuals (John B. Davis)
  • Taking Sen’s Commitment to Evaluation Seriously (Thomas Wells)
  • The Capability Approach to intergenerational justice: A survey (Rebecca Gutwald, Ortrud Leßmann, Torsten Masson, Felix Rauschmayer)
  • An overview of ‘Resisting ‘Global Justice’: Disrupting the ‘Emancipatory’ logic of the West’: Some considerations for the Capability Approach as a theory of justice (Krushil Watene)