ABSTRACT. Dworkin claims that there may well be a set of legal rules recognized by a rule of recognition. Dworkin aims to find a plausible conception of equality that can be used to guide the state's redistribution of resources and justify the state's interference with individual liberty in that redistribution. According to equality of resources, the rights to liberty we regard as fundamental are a part or aspect of distributional equality.


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