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Henry Sidgwick on Justice - Dictionary of Arguments

Rawls I 58
Justice/Laws/Equality/Sidgwick/Rawls: Sidgwick emphasizes that equality in the sense of equal application of laws and institutions to all parts of the concept of law and institution. (Sidgwick, The Methods of Ethics, 7th ed. London 1907, p. 267.)
Rawls I 59
Sidgwick: Nevertheless, it is obvious that laws and institutions are unfair, even though they are applied equally to everyone. Equal treatment of similar cases does not guarantee substantive justice.


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Sidgwick I
Henry Sidgwick
Methods of Ethics 2017

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


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