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Unformatted text preview: Principles of justice When is a set of institutions in a society just or unjust? The Basic Structure of Society is the object of justice.-Major institutions o Political constitution (laws). o Systems of private property. o Economic arrangements/policies. o The family* Why are these part of the basic structure? Why are these objects of justice?-They have a profound influence on life prospects....
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- Fall '07