Analyse & Kritik

Journal of Philosophy and Social Theory


"Brad Baranowski"

Titel: How to Do Things with Justice: Professor Rawls, 1962–1971
Autor: Brad Baranowski
Seite: 61-85

Understanding the social bases of what John Rawls meant by justice requires understanding a central part of Rawls’s professional life: his role as a teacher. As this essay shows, Rawls’s approach to teaching was not ancillary to his approach to heady philosophical issues like the justification of moral reasoning. Rather, there’s an ethic that runs through Rawls’s work, one focused on deliberation and consensus-seeking, and one whose strengths and weaknesses are easiest to see when you examine his teaching.

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