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Private law, democracy, fairness

The famous political philosopher John Rawls (1921-2002) put forward a theory of justice according to which the ‘basic structure of society‘ (its political, legal and economic arrangements) has the key task of distributing benefits and burdens among members of that society. Whether a given society is fair, depends ultimately on its ‘basic structure‘. A controversial … Continue reading

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