by Amartya Sen
|Paperback: ||224 pages|
|Publisher:||Harvard University Press (Sep 29, 1992)|
In this deft analysis, Amartya Sen argues that the dictum "all men are created equal" serves largely to deflect attention from the fact that we differ in age, gender, talents, physical abilities as well as in material advantages and social background. He argues for concentrating on higher and more basic values: individual capabilities and freedom to achieve objectives..
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