Com satisfação divulgamos o lançamento do livro “How Rich Should the 1% Be? Proportional Justice and Economic Inequality” de Nunzio Alì, publicado pela Routledge, no dia 07 de março de 2023 às 14:30 no Auditório do Bloco E – Anexo na UFSC. O livro é resultado do seu trabalho de doutoramento desenvolvido em nosso PPPGFIL e contará com a participação e comentários dos Professores Alessandro Pinzani e Denilson Werle.
“This volume explores how excessive economic inequality gives the best-off considerably more political influence than average citizens, thereby violating political equality. It argues that the gap between the best-off and the worst-off should not be reduced because it is good, but as an inescapable instrument to protect citizens from the risk of material domination. For this reason, it defends a ‘principle of proportionality’: economic inequality should not exceed a certain range or proportion to enable both the best-off and the worst-off to be co-authors of the legal, political, and socioeconomic rules that govern the ‘social’ relations in which they are involved. Further, the book discusses material domination and explains how money influences politics and what are the remedies for this phenomenon; how social justice should face and harmonize power, poverty, efficiency, individual merit, and economic liberties; and most importantly, how to determine income and wealth limit ratios in a liberal democracy. A thoughtful investigation on the interdependencies of money and justice and their influence our socio-political systems, this volume will be of great interest to students and researchers of political theory, political philosophy, economics and development, economics theory and philosophy, and social policy.”