Justice In John Rawls's Theory Of Justice

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The original position is a key point of Rawls’ theory of justice to set up the position for establish the principle of justice. This principle of justice is the fundamental principle to create well-ordered society which has equality and liberty. Rawls develop a theory of justice by revise the traditional social contract. He began with this statement to show his assumption “My aim is to present a conception of justice which generalizes and carries to a higher level of abstraction the familiar theory of the social contract as found, say, in Locke, Rousseau, and Kant” Rawls considered Kant is also contractarian because of contract tradition which is a part of moral of justice and to create political society by social contract. Rawls tried to take the social contract more higher or more abstract than tradition approach, he called “the original position” this is a condition that Rawls took it as an appropriate for the choice to choose the fundamental principle of justice for the society. Rawls believe that the way to set up justice as fairness must go beyond human-being who still can choose their benefit by bias stuffs which effected to them. To find out the principles in society would be chosen by people who do not know their position and do not know how they are going to be impacted by their decision.Rawls’ principle is a principle of distribution and so on when critic or look depth into this, we much concerned more what is the main point that he set up justice as fairness for
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