- Title Pages
- Series editor’s foreword
- Introduction: power, luck and freedom
- 1 Why should we care about the definition of power?
- 2 Agency and structure: interpreting power relationships
- 3 Rational choice and community power structures
- 4 Power, capability and ableness: the fallacy of the vehicle fallacy
- 5 Resources, power and systematic luck: a response to Barry
- 6 Shaping future luck
- 7 Luck, equality and responsibility
- 8 Luck and leadership
- 9 Choice: its increase and its value
- 10 The value of choice in public policy
- 11 Republican freedom, rights and the coalition problem
- 12 The construction of rights
- 13 Social choice and the grammar of rights and freedoms
- Power, Luck and Freedom
- Manchester University Press
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