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Publicly Available Published by De Gruyter Oldenbourg May 14, 2016

Admissibility and Feasibility in Game Forms

  • Marc Fleurbaey and Wulf Gaertner
From the journal Analyse & Kritik


This paper examines the exercise of individual or group rights within the game form approach. It focuses in particular on what it means for a strategy or action to be feasible and admissible. Admissibility is best discussed in relation to two basic distinctions among rights, passive and active rights on the one hand and negative and positive rights on the other. It is argued that while there are quite a few cases in which the outcomes of mutual rights exercising are to the fore, there are many situations where the uninhibited exercise of individual or group rights and not particular outcomes are what society is primarily interested in.

Online erschienen: 2016-5-14
Erschienen im Druck: 1996-5-1

© 1996 by Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart

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