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Author: John Rawls; Samuel Richard Freeman
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1999.
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"John Rawls's work on justice has drawn more commentary and aroused wider attention than any other work in moral or political philosophy in the twentieth century. But before and after writing his great treatises, Rawls produced a steady stream of essays, some of which articulate views of justice and liberalism distinct from those found in the two books. They are important in and of themselves because of the deep  Read more...
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Rawls, John, 1921-2002.
Collected papers.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1999
(OCoLC)607119798
Online version:
Rawls, John, 1921-2002.
Collected papers.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1999
(OCoLC)609764549
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Rawls; Samuel Richard Freeman
ISBN: 0674137396 9780674137394
OCLC Number: 40587917
Description: xii, 656 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Outline of a decision procedure for ethics --
Two concepts of rules --
Justice as fairness --
Constitutional liberty and the concept of justice --
The sense of justice --
Legal obligation and the duty of fair play --
Distributive justice --
Distributive justice : some addenda --
The justification of civil disobedience --
Justice as reciprocity --
Some reasons for the maximin criterion --
Reply to Alexander and Musgrave --
A Kantian conception of equality --
Fairness to goodness --
The independence of moral theory --
Kantian constructivism in moral theory --
Social unity and primary goods --
Justice as fairness : political not metaphysical --
Preface for the French edition of A theory of justice --
The idea of an overlapping consensus --
The priority of right and ideas of the good --
The domain of the political and overlapping consensus --
Themes in Kant's moral philosophy --
The law of peoples --
Fifty years after Hiroshima --
The idea of public reason revisited --
Commonweal interview with John Rawls.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: John Rawls ; edited by Samuel Freeman.
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