John Rawls Quote

Properly understood, then, the desire to act justly derives in part from the desire to express most fully what we are or can be, namely free and equal rational beings with the liberty to choose.


Chapter IV, Section 40, p. 256 - A Theory of Justice (1971; 1975; 1999)

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Properly understood, then, the desire to act justly derives in part from the desire to express most fully what we are or can be, namely free and...

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Properly understood, then, the desire to act justly derives in part from the desire to express most fully what we are or can be, namely free and...

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Properly understood, then, the desire to act justly derives in part from the desire to express most fully what we are or can be, namely free and...

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Properly understood, then, the desire to act justly derives in part from the desire to express most fully what we are or can be, namely free and...