An incrementalist approach to political philosophy. The case of heterogeneous rationality assumptions in theories of distributive justice

  • Alexandru Volacu National University of Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest

Author Biography

Alexandru Volacu, National University of Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest

Alexandru Volacu is an adjunct professor at the National University of Political Science and Public Administration (SNSPA), in Bucharest, Romania. Recent publications include the volumes Modern dilemmas: understanding collective action in the 21st century (co-editor, Ibidem-Verlag) and Rational choice and electoral behaviour (co-author, Tritonic), as well as journal articles published in Contemporary Political Theory and the Journal of International Relations and Development. He is currently co-authoring a chapter on the ethics of voting (together with Annabelle Lever) as part of the Routledge handbook of ethics and public policy (forthcoming). His research interests include theories of justice, the ideal/non-ideal theory debate, the ethics of voting, electoral behaviour, rational choice theory, and game theory.

Published
2016-12-22
How to Cite
VOLACU, Alexandru. An incrementalist approach to political philosophy. The case of heterogeneous rationality assumptions in theories of distributive justice. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, [S.l.], v. 9, n. 2, p. 217-220, dec. 2016. ISSN 1876-9098. Available at: <https://ejpe.org/journal/article/view/245>. Date accessed: 28 apr. 2017. doi: https://doi.org/10.23941/ejpe.v9i2.245.
Section
PhD Thesis Summaries