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Defending the Main Ideas
2i Sandel and the Conception of the Person
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alternative assessment basic liberties basic political liberties basic rights benefits and burdens claim commitment conception of justice consequentialist constraint criterion of justice deontological difference principle distribution economic inequalities economic scheme engender equality of opportunity fair equality favor feasible first-principle freedom global institutional global justice governments ground rules groups highest-order interests idea income index position inequalities injustice insofar institutional reform institutional scheme KCMT least advantaged less Lockean proviso medical conditions ment modus vivendi moral natural assets natural endowments needs negative duty nomic Nozick opportunity principle original position overlapping consensus participants parties persons plausible political process preference priority procedural justice Rawls Rawls's conception Rawls's criterion Rawlsian reason relevant requires rights and liberties Sandel second principle sense share social and economic social institutions social position social primary social system society specification tend Theory of Justice tion tional unjust values veil of ignorance worst