How Kantian Is Rawls’s “Kantian Constructivism”?
The following is yet another contribution to the vast corpus of Rawlsiana which has grown during the past two decades to reach a size rapidly approaching that of the literature on Kant. But at the same time, it is an attempt to critically examine Rawls’s reading of Kant and to come to some conclusions about Kant’s ethical theory.
KeywordsHuman Nature Original Position Moral Theory Social Cooperation Reflective Equilibrium
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