Incommensurability, Incomparability, and Practical Reasoning: An Introduction by Ruth Chang Incommensurability: What's the Problem by James Griffin Incommensurability: Four Proposals by David Wiggins Is Incommensurability Vagueness? by John Broome Practical Reason and Incommensurable Goods by Elizabeth Anderson Incommensurability and Agency by Joseph Raz Comparability, Value, and Choice by Donald Regan Incommensurability and Practical Reasoning by Elijah Millgram Comparing the Incomparable: Tradeoffs and Sacrifices by Steven Lukes Abstract and Concrete Value: Plurality, Conflict, and Maximization by Michael Stocker Leading a Life by Charles Taylor Commensuration and Public Reason by John Finnis Incommensurability and Kinds of Valuation: Some Applications in Law by Cass Sunstein
Ruth Chang is Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
[Incommensurability, Incomparablility, and Practical Reason] is not only an extraordinary collection of all-stars, it contains original papers by just about all the all-stars that have been most insightful in helping us think about issues of incommensurability...Everyone with a real interest in incommensurability must closely study this book. -- David Sobel Philosophical Quarterly