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Gender Roles/Rawls: Justice as Fairness evaluates a social system from the position of equal civil rights and the different levels of prosperity and income (See Roles/Rawls.) However, there are natural properties that lead to the unequal distribution of relevant positions and which cannot be changed, e. g. gender roles.
Inequality/solution/Rawls: here the difference principle helps (See Difference Principle/Rawls) to mitigate inequalities: disadvantaged groups must always benefit from inequality. However, such inequalities rarely occur.
In cases of conflict, the interests of a more general viewpoint outweigh the interests of a more individual position.


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Rawl I
J. Rawls
A Theory of Justice: Original Edition Oxford 2005


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