Introduction: Adaptive Preferences and Global Justice
This introduction describes the deliberative perfectionist approach to adaptive preference intervention in a nontechnical fashion and situates it in the context of global justice. It includes an explanation of how the deliberative perfectionist approach responds to three dilemmas facing feminist theorists of global justice—the global justice dilemma that opposes understanding structural inequality to endorsing local-level intervention, the culture dilemma that opposes commitment to women's rights to a commitment to respecting cultural diversity, and the agency dilemma that opposes seeing women as victims to seeing them as agents.
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