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Luck Egalitarianism: Two Lines of Critique
This article is devoted to the stream in political philosophy which came to be known as "luck egalitarianism". Luck egalitarians are concerned with the questions of distributive justice; their main idea is that no person should be worse-off due to factors which they are unable to influence. Luck egalitarians express this idea via the dichotomy of brute and option luck. The goal of the article is to describe two main lines of critique which luck egalitarianism encounters, and to assess which onedoi:10.17323/1728-192x-2021-2-273-289 fatcat:ms5qf5o3ifee7ojmvouud3vxfa