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A Theory of Justice (Oxford Paperbacks 301 301) Kindle Edition
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Theory of Justice itself has become a classic and is quite beyond an Amazon rating. Anyone interested in political philosophy should read it--whether you agree with its thesis or not is an entirely different question.
This book as one of the most prevailing contemporary work on the ethics of justice is one that should be read by anybody who has an interest in philosophy, law, politics, sociology and history. However these are but a few disciplines that this book speaks to, as it has such a wide relevance across so many disciplines that 'A Theory of Justice' is a book for the ages. Even if it is for no more than something to talk about over a pint or a cup of tea this this book will come in useful.
A must if you want to know anything, this book will do the job and change your life.
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probably the most quoted philosophy book of the late C20th. Worth a read to gain the authors own views, rather than the myriad of interpretations.Published 2 months ago by MPT
The most distinguished philosopher in this area-a lifetime opusPublished 14 months ago by Peter Sims
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John Rawls' Theory of Justice was the most important work of political philosophy written since Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan. Read morePublished on 4 April 2010 by Dr. Jeff Gleisner
This book was a best seller by the time of its appearance to the public. Now it is an indispensable tool when researching on international political conflicts in which ethics are... Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2010 by Maria L. Pedraza
In this book Rawls places the notion of justice on a form foundation. While previous thinkers have held that justice is a value to be treasured, Rawls explains not just why justice... Read morePublished on 3 April 2004 by Dan Futter