Rawls: constructivism and coherentist justification
Keywords:Rawls, justification, coherentist, original position, reflective equilibrium, doctrines
Rawls has a Coherentist justification for justice as equity when he states that the Procedural Constructivism can be used to identify the Principles of the Justice of Citizens with various comprehensive morals doctrines making use of the Original Position, of Reflective Equilibrium and of a Public Reason.
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