This chapter summarises the main arguments of the book and the central claims of shift-sufficientarianism. The chapter speculates about the future for sufficientarianism and suggests that the view will have good prospects in the areas of non-ideal theory, and legitimacy and consensus, as well as health and taxation. The chapter also suggests that a more positive relationship between sufficientarianism and egalitarianism might emerge in the future from understanding sufficientarianism as shift-sufficientarianism
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