Analysis Of John Rawls: A Theory Of Justice

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John Rawls, (1921-2002)
Conservatism | Liberalism | New Century
Rawls 's late works dealt with the issue of stability: whether to stand firm regulated by the two principles of justice? His answer to this question is contained in a collection of lectures Political Liberalism (Political Liberalism). The Rals introduced the idea of pervasive consensus, agreement on the basis of justice as well as good relations between citizens of different religious and philosophical views on the world (ie, different notions of good). In the same section introduced the term public reason - ways of reasoning common to all citizens. Rawls 's A Theory of Justice (Theory of Justice 1971) is the most important normative work of political philosophy the last two generations.

Norberto Bobbio (1909-2004)
Fascism | New Age | Totalitarianism
Born on 18 October 1909 in a middle class family in Turin, Bobbio is considered one of the most influential philosophical and political thinkers in post-war Italy.
Constantly affirming the importance of respect for democratic rights in the modern state, Bobbio is, unlike many other philosophers, and offered a practical approach in the field of expertise. Critics have described him as the voice of reason and moderation in terms of political extremism of various shapes. Getting some of his views largely devised on their own experience of fascism in Italy, during which he spent several months in jail. At the same time, distanced himself from
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