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RAWLS In a hypothetical situation modeling fairness, we'd set up a society ensuring basic liberties but allowing inequalities where they benefit those worst off.

Rawls, Liberalism, and Leisure

1 Rawls, Liberalism, and Leisure Clinton W. Jones (Abstract) There is a tension within liberalism between the ideal of equality on the one hand and the respect for freedom (in the form of non-interference) on the other.

Rawls' two principles of justice: their adoption by rational ...

A. Dobra Rawls' two principles of justice 2 Abstract The present paper aims in a first stage, to exploit succinctly the cardinal argument - the contract argument - acquainted in "A Theory of Justice", which provides incentives for the two principles' general adoption.

Democratic Equality: Rawls' Complex Egalitarianism

Democratic Equality: Rawls's Complex Egalitarianism Norman Daniels 1. Three Egalitarian Challenges to Democratic Equality Egalitarianism is not one idea but many, for there are many different kinds and degrees of equality that people can promote and still lay claim to being egalitarians.

Rawls, Self-Respect, and the Opportunity for Meaningful Work

1 Rawls, Self-Respect, and the Opportunity for Meaningful Work Jeffrey Moriarty Bowling Green State University Appears in Social Theory and Practice 35(2): 2009 In the introduction to the paperback edition of Political Liberalism (hereafter, PLP), published in 1996, John Rawls says that one of ...

The Cambridge Companion to

His main work in ethics and political philosophy includes Reading Rawls (ed., 1975), Just Health Care (1985), Am I My Parents'Keeper? (1988), Seeking Fair Treatment (1995), Justice and Justification (1996), Benchmarks of Fairness for Health Care Reform (with Don Light and Ronald Caplan, 1996), From ...

Julia Zimmerman - Not Quite

Julia Zimmerman . 05/17/06 . Neil Ruiz . R01 . Not Quite . The principle aim of Rawls’ A Theory of Justice. is to discover the most reasonable conception of justice for a society of free and equal people.

Nozick vs. Rawls on Justice, Rights and the State

1 nev{ref.: WSJltrNozick02JanRev1} Nozick vs. Rawls on Justice, Rights and the State Your account of the 1970s debate over economic justice, individual rights and the state (Robert L. Pollock, "Capitalism for Consenting Adults," Jan. 28, 2002) is a fitting tribute to Robert Nozick on his ...

Rawls' Stage of Full Justification and the Kantian Ideal of ...

Gnosis, Volume VIII, Number 1 3 Rawls' Stage of Full Justification and the Kantian Ideal of Autonomy André Munro From the onset of Political Liberalism , Rawls makes explicit that stability is a fundamental motivation of the new developments of his thought.