Some prerequisites for a political casuistry of justice

Inquiry 13 (1-4):376 – 393 (1970)
Abstract
After briefly vindicating casuistries which successively apply a number of different moral principles, I describe some of the principles of justice liable to figure in such casuistries, assess the relative popularity of these principles and show that some of the most popular cannot be consistently applied in all circumstances.
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DOI 10.1080/00201747008601598
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John Rawls (1958). Justice as Fairness. Philosophical Review 67 (2):164-194.
John Rawls (1963). The Sense of Justice. Philosophical Review 72 (3):281-305.

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