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Population growth/average benefits/Rawls: according to the classical theory of average benefit, institutions should be designed in such a way that the maximum of total benefit is reached, as far as they influence family size, marriage age, etc. In order to achieve the maximum of total benefit. This implies that, as long as the average benefit to the individual is slow to fall as the number of individuals increases, the population should be encouraged to grow indefinitely, no matter how low this average has fallen.


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


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