Democratic Equality Argument

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(Rawls p.607). Rawls introduces this concept by developing a social contract governed by a veil of ignorance. "The principles of justice are chosen behind a veil of ignorance. This ensures that no one is advantaged or disadvantaged in the choice of principles by the outcome of natural change or the contingency of social circumstances...
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Since all are similarly situated and no one is able to design principles to favor his particular condition, the principles of justice are the result of a fair agreement or bargain." (Rawls, p.600). The Democratic equality argument assumes the first principle of the theory of justice to be established, such that each person has an equal right to the most extensive basic liberty compatible with a similar liberty for others (Rawls, 606)...
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