Distributive justice is ordinarily calibrated in monetary terms. But money is not the only resource that matters to people. Talk of the 'work-life balance' points to another: time. Control over one's time, the capacity to spend it as one wishes, is another important resource; and its distribution raises another important aspect of justice. Here I describe a new method of distinguishing how much time one has discretionary control over, net of the amount it is necessary to spend in certain ways...[Show more]
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