Human Rights and Human Well-Being

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Index
actual-world narrowing, 87–92, 346, 362n14
adaptive preferences, 73, 79
African Charter, 247
Amazon.com, 253
Anderson, C.L., 374n2
Anderson, E., 337–339, 380n6
angels, 343–345
Annan, K., 369n18
Apel, K.-O., 166
Ariely, D., 187
Aristotle, 103, 105, 112, 123, 128, 154, 338
Arrow, K.J., 379n6
autonomy, 38, 262, 269, 343, 355n13
consequentialist account of, 172, 215, 251, 304–306, 312, 322
legal standard of, 304–306
nonconsequentialist accounts of, 106, 213–214, 305–306
See also autonomy rights, good judgment, and self-determination
autonomy rights, 19, 23–26, 77–78, 109, 190, 197, 204, 218, 234, 258, 262, 323, 343, 355, 380n10
consequentialist project for, 3–7, 77, 157–161, 172–176, 189–191, 353n1n3,
See also freedom of expression, freedom of the press, inalienability, and legal paternalism—rights against
Barry, B., 6, 234–236, 238
basic harm, 30–31, 51, 131, 133, 151 risk of 358n4
basic income, 272–274, 377n30
beehive society, 75–78, 102
benefit spreading, 273, 274, 380n5
Bennett, J., 330
Benson, P., 226
Berlin, I., 303
Blake, M., 326, 360n10
Boardman, W.S., 360n3
Bosworth, B., 378n33
bottom-up reasoning, 7–8, 13, 18, 22, 26, 28–37, 77, 167, 328, 356n14
bottom-up social movement, 232, 327–328
Bowers v. Hardwick, 310
Brandenburg v. Ohio, 192, 371n3
Brandt, R.B., 9, 49–50
Brokaw, T., 255
brute luck, 25, 362n9
See also option luck
Buchanan, A., 6, 373n20
Burke, E., 105, 252
Burtless, G., 378n33
Calabresi, G., 375n19
Calhoun, C., 377n26
campaign financing, 256–257, 380n9
See also freedom of expression— political advertising
Campbell, C.S., 384n18
capabilities, 19, 24, 74–79, 260–264, 272, 351, 355n13, 361n4, 380n2
Card, D., 377n29
caveat emptor, 117, 208–209, 212–217
caveat venditor, 208, 212, 215
Chang, J., 107
Childress, J., 384n18
Christiano, T., 372n12, 379n7
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 185, 372n15, 380n9

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