01.02.2012 [Forbes] - ... politicians, and policymakers have adopted and enacted, explicitly or implicitly, the invalid notion of “justice as fairness,” a scheme presented in the famed 1971 book, A Theory of Justice, by JohnRawls, one-time Harvard professor.
06.09.2010 by Lawrence Solum It will focus particularly on JohnRawls' influential treatment of liberalism in pluralist societies and on the challenges posed to such a treatment by the re-emergence of religions in public life and the development of what some have ...
03.02.2012 [Bakersfield Californian] - One of the brightest minds of economic philosophy was JohnRawls of Harvard, who died in 2002. His greatest work, "A Theory of Justice," contained a number of principles that influenced greatly the economic policies of this nation.
02.02.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - Fairness and justice are bedrock issues in moral philosophy, and few have explained this better than JohnRawls, one of the leading thinkers in moral philosophy in the 20 th century. His greatest work , A Theory of Justice (1971), is an acknowledged
27.01.2012 [The New York Review of Books (blog)] - One book I have to mention is A Theory of Justice by JohnRawls. We'd just read these books so fast and share them. Everyone was fascinated by Western philosophy especially. It didn't matter what your major was, you were interested in Western
12.02.2012 [American Thinker] - It refer to someone most Americans have never heard of: Harvard philosopher JohnRawls, author of A Theory of Justice (1971), a monumental work on political philosophy that has the potential to earn its author superstar status in the field alongside
04.09.2010 by masaccio This is another assumption in liberal/ neoclassical theory, that inequality should be favored if it makes everyone better off, what JohnRawls calls “the difference principle”. Lets take the distribution of one commodity, ...