In A Theory of Justice, John Rawls develops principles that must be adopted as the framework for a just society. Louis Carabini asks: What is the structure of a society in which there exists the most extensive basic liberty that is equal to all members and where all social and economic activity is arranged to the benefit of the least advantaged? The only society that meets all these criteria and thus qualifies as a Rawlsian just society is anarchy. FULL ARTICLE
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Does Rawlsian Justice Require Anarchy?
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