Onora O'Neill's "Towards Justice and Virtue"

Read this introduction. O'Neill sees the Rawlsian constructivist approach to justice as too "closed" or circumscribed by a particular intellectual and empirical history, and its scope as too limited in being from and for people of a certain disposition. She advocates for a more universal theory of justice, which at the same time is not so abstract as to lose the capacity for meaning to people of a variety of particular cultural backgrounds and places.