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Evaluación crítica de la teoría de la justicia de John Rawls

Author(s): Fernando Aranda Fraga

Journal: Apuntes Universitarios
ISSN 2225-7136

Volume: I;
Issue: AÑO III;
Start page: 69;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Rawls | justice | fairness | liberalism | contractualism | consensus

Under the strong influence of the dominant Kantian legacy in much of the twentieth century ethics, Rawls designs a theory of justice whose highest aspiration is to be impartial, whereby theory attempts to refute the two dominant ethical currents in his time : utilitarianism and intuitionism. The neocontractualism of John Rawls arises in the spectrum of contemporary political philosophy as a broad-basedliberalism, whose main purpose is to provide a pluralistic framework, capable of regulating the delivery of justice in a well ordered society. In Rawls, the priority of the right over the good would be signaling a willingness to take a choice of ethics and justice and concurrent broad but lacking in substantive moral theory, in thespirit of an era devoid of anthropological content able to properly explain human and social reality.
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