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THE ORIGINAL POSITION
QUESTIONS OF METHOD
and Coherence Arguments
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accept appeal assume assumption average utility basic liberties basis benefits choice choose ciples claim coherence argument commitment conception of justice conflict considered constraints contract argument criticism defined deontology difference principle discussion distribution economic egalitarian example fact favor freedom fundamental goal human nature hypothetical ideal ideal observer theory important income individual inequalities institutions interests intuitionism intuitions John Rawls judgments justice as fairness justified liberal liberty of conscience Marxist maximize ment natural duties notion one's original position particular parties person philosophical political POPs possible prefer primary social principles of justice priority rule problem procedure question R. M. Hare rational Rawls says Rawlsian reason reflective equilibrium relevant requires restrictions Ronald Dworkin Second Principle seems self-interest self-respect sense of justice simply social contract social minimum society special conception suggests suppose Theory of Justice tion utilitarianism veil of ignorance wealth worst-off worth of liberty