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Rawlsequality


John Rawls published the book, A Theory of Justice, in 1971, his philosophy throughout the book was structured around justice and a theoretical program to institute political structures designed to preserve social justice and individual liberty.[1] Rawls’ writings are predominantly … Continue reading

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An American Dilemma: The High Compensation of CEO’s


The generous compensation packages given to chief executives of large Fortune 500 companies are very controversial because these packages are rarely based on the company’s performance and often worth an exuberant amount of money.

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Complex Equality


What Were Walzer’s Main Points About Distributive Justice? 1. Different goods have different social meanings and their distribution must be done in accordance “Different social goods ought to be distributed for different reasons, in accordance with different procedures, by different … Continue reading

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A Little More on Rawls and Nozick


Here is a little more on Rawls and Nozick from a Washington U professor’s class, John Wilkerson. What is Fair?  

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