Beyond Comparison: Sex and Discrimination

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Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Law

GENERAL EDITOR: GERALD POSTEMA
(UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINE, CHAPEL HILL)

ADVISORY BOARD
Jules Coleman (Yale Law School)
Antony Duff (University of Stirling)
David Lyons (Boston University)
Neil MacCormick (University of Edinburgh)
Stephen R. Munzer (U.C.L.A. Law School)
Phillip Pettit (Princeton University)
Joseph Raz (University of Oxford)
Jeremy Waldron (Columbia Law School)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Law *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - The Issues 1
  • 2 - Equality 42
  • 3 - Difference 78
  • 4 - Reasons for Feminism 107
  • 5 - The Value of Diversity 120
  • 6 - The Character of Disadvantage 135
  • 7 - The Role of Sexual Identity in a Successful Life 157
  • 8 - Equality, Difference, and the Law 192
  • Index 209
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