Definition of Rawls, John in English:

Rawls, John

Syllabification: Rawls, John
Pronunciation: /rôlz
( 1921–2002), US philosopher. His books A Theory of Justice (1971) and Political Liberalism (1993) consider the basic institutions of a just society as those chosen by rational people under conditions that ensure impartiality.

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