Income Inequality and Rawlsian Justice

John Rawls’ A Theory of Justice (1971) provides an interesting perspective on how we might organize society. Rawls asks how we would do that if we could do so from an “original position.” This hypothetical original position denies us any knowledge about where we fit in society. This should allow us to deal fairly with things like social or income inequality.

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