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Like many who began their study of moral and political philosophy in the 1980s, I came to a field heavily influenced by John Rawls. From his criticisms of utilitarianism to his derivation of the difference principle, from his rejection of libertarianism to his defense of reflective equilibrium, from his setup of the original position to his use of the veil of ignorance, Rawls and his ideas...
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Why did Rawls use collective agents in his international contract when he could have defended basic human rights without these problems by using individuals instead? If we can identify his underlying motivation, perhaps we can find a better way of accommodating it—one that avoids the idle-contract objection. The...
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By taking the social contract tradition, generalizing from it, and carrying it to a higher level of abstraction, A Theory of Justice honored its most famous forebears—Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, and Kant.
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Chris Naticchia is professor of philosophy at California State University, San Bernardino, and specializes in moral, political, and legal philosophy.
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