This article deals with John Rawls last book, Political Liberalism , in order to point out some of the corrections the author makes to his previous book, A Theory of Justice . In his new book Rawls seems to be closer to Hegel without abandoning Kant. In this way he answer to his communitarian critics as well as to the challenge of multiculturalism. Two ideas are specially representative of Rawls' turn: the idea of an overlapping consensus and the idea of a public reason
Keywords filosofía política  comunidad  Rawls  justicia  comunity  justice  political philosophy  multiculturalismo  multiculturalism
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