Essays on fairness

A key component of Rawls' argument is his claim that his Principles of Justice would be chosen by parties in the original position . [10] This is a thought experiment in which the parties select principles that will determine the basic structure of the society they will live in. This choice is made from behind a veil of ignorance , which would deprive participants of information about their particular characteristics: his or her ethnicity, social status, gender and, crucially, their conception of The Good. This forces participants to select principles impartially and rationally.

Essays on fairness

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