most extensive basic liberty compatible with a similar liberty for others

The first part of Rawls’ theory of justice and fairness posits that we must have the “most extensive basic liberty compatible with a similar liberty…

The first part of Rawls’ theory of justice and fairness posits that we must have the “most extensive basic liberty compatible with a similar liberty for others” (p. 202). He then attempts to limit the inequality that arises due to that liberty by stating that this inequality must be to everyone’s advantage, and must also not be based on holding offices and positions that are closed to others. To what extent does the current financial and political practice conform with, or violates, Rawls’ theory

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