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John Rawls

John Rawls: Architect of Justice and Fairness

John Rawls was a prominent 20th-century philosopher known for his theory of justice as fairness, which emphasizes equality, human dignity, and a social contract framework to guide just societies. Introduction In the world of 20th-century American philosophy, few figures stand as prominently as John Rawls. Often compared to Plato in the realm of classical political ...

John Rawls

“Justice as Fairness” – John Rawls’ Theory of Justice

Justice, the binding force that weaves through all societies, is essential for upholding order and harmony within a state. It is the yearning of individuals to be treated fairly, leading to their social and personal well-being. A just society is founded on the principle that all its members should reap the benefits without exceptions. Throughout ...

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