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A Theory of Justice
A Theory of Justice
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  • ISBN-13: 9780674000780
  • ISBN: 0674000781
  • Edition: Revised
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  • Publisher: Belknap Press

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"I think that this book is the most substantial and interesting contribution to moral philosophy since the war, at least if one thinks only of works written in English. It is a very persuasive book, being very well argued and carefully composed, with possible objections and counterarguments fairly weighed and considered: at the same time it conveys a moral vision and a ruling idea, and a strongly marked personal attitude to experience. Although the book is firmly within the traditions of analytical philosophy, and has the virtue of this kind, there is no pretense of a degree of precision that the subject matter does not admit; and this has probably been one cause of the dullness of much analytical philosophy in this field."John Rawls is the author of 'A Theory of Justice', published 1999 under ISBN 9780674000780 and ISBN 0674000781.

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