The author goes on to argue that a sufficientarian account of justice (the idea that we should aim to make sure that each citizen has enough) is most fitting for the purposes of health justice. He defends this specific theory of health justice in relation to health care and public health, before expanding the argument to engage with issues in global justice.
This text is ideal for students interested in the philosophy of medicine, medical ethics and philosophy and public policy.
1. The Concept of Disease
3. Theories of Social Justice
4. Theories of Health Justice
5. Global Health Justice
6. Curtailing Health Promotion
7. A Sufficientarian Theory of Health Justice