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John Rawls on Individuals - Dictionary of Arguments

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Individuals/Bradley: Bradley's thesis: The individual is a pure abstraction(1).
Rawls: here, Bradley can be interpreted without major distortions in such a way that the duties and tasks presuppose a moral conception of institutions, and therefore the content of equitable institutions must be determined before demands can be made on individuals.


(1) See F. H. Bradley, Ethical Studies, 2nd Edition, Oxford, 1927, pp. 163-189.


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A Theory of Justice: Original Edition Oxford 2005


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