CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM

JUSTICE FOR HEDGEHOGS: A CONFERENCE ON RONALD DWORKIN’S FORTHCOMING BOOK

Editors’ Foreword
Page 465

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Justice for Hedgehogs
Ronald Dworkin
Page 469

PANEL I: TRUTH AND METAETHICS

The Possibility of Metaethics
Russ Shafer-Landau
Page 479

Moral Skepticism for Foxes
Daniel Star
Page 497

Dworkin on External Skepticism
Michael Smith
Page 509

A Historian’s Comment on the Metaethics Panel at Justice for Hedgehogs: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin’s Forthcoming Book
Aaron Garrett
Page 521

PANEL II: INTERPRETATION

Two Takes on Truth in Normative Discourse
Benjamin C. Zipursky
Page 525

Is Moral Reasoning Conceptual Interpretation?
Richard H. Fallon, Jr.
Page 535

The Unity of Interpretation
Lawrence B. Solum
Page 551

Material Rights, Underenforcement, and the Adjudication Thesis
Lawrence Sager
Page 579

Moral Limits of Dworkin’s Theory of Law and Legal Interpretation
David Lyons
Page 595

PANEL III: ETHICS AND FREE WILL

Varieties of Responsibility
T.M. Scanlon
Page 603

Responsibility and Free Will in Dworkin’s Justice for Hedgehogs
Robert Kane
Page 611

Mental Disorders and the “System of Judgmental Responsibility”
Anita L. Allen
Page 621

Dworkin’s Living Well and the Well-Being Revolution
Christine Jolls
Page 641

Dworkin on Ethics and Freewill: Comments and Questions
Amartya Sen
Page 657

PANEL IV: MORALITY: AID, HARM, AND OBLIGATION

Dignity and Global Duty
Kwame Anthony Appiah
Page 661

Liberal Responsibility: A Comment on Justice for Hedgehogs
John C.P. Goldberg
Page 677

What Ethical Responsibility Cannot Justify: A Discussion of Ronald Dworkin’s Justice for Hedgehogs
F.M. Kamm
Page 691

Dworkin’s Two Principles of Dignity: An Unsatisfactory Nonconsequentialist Account of Interpersonal Moral Duties 
Kenneth W. Simons
Page 715

State Legitimacy and Political Obligation in Justice for Hedgehogs: The Radical Potential of Dworkinian Dignity
Susanne Sreedhar & Candice Delmas
Page 737

PANEL V: POLITICS AND JUSTICE I

In Hedgehog Solidarity
C. Edwin Baker
Page 759

Rights, Harms, and Duties: A Response to Justice for Hedgehogs
Robin West
Page 819

Taking Responsibilities as Well as Rights Seriously
James E. Fleming
Page 839

Dworkin’s “One-System” Conception of Law and Morality
Hugh Baxter
Page 857

Justice and Elegance for Hedgehogs – In Life, Law, and Literature
Linda C. McClain
Page 863

In Favor of Foxes: Pluralism as Fact and Aid to the Pursuit of Justice
Martha Minow & Joseph William Singer
Page 903

PANEL VI: POLITICS AND JUSTICE II

Equality of Resources, Market Luck, and the Justification of Adjusted Market Distributions
Samuel Freeman
Page 921

Foxy Freedom? 
Frank I. Michelman
Page 949

Human Rights for Hedgehogs?: Global Value Pluralism, International Law, and Some Reservations of the Fox
Robert D. Sloane
Page 975

Procedure, Participation, Rights
Robert G. Bone
Page 1011

Against Majoritarianism: Democratic Values and Institutional Design
Stephen Macedo
Page 1029

A Majority in the Lifeboat
Jeremy Waldron
Page 1043

RESPONSE

Response
Ronald Dworkin
Page 1059