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A Theory of Justice (Oxford Paperbacks 301 301) by John RAWLS

By John RAWLS

notwithstanding the revised version of A conception of Justice, released in 1999, is the definitive assertion of Rawls's view, rather a lot of the vast literature on Rawls's conception refers back to the first variation. This reissue makes the 1st version once more on hand for students and critical scholars of Rawls's work.

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