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Unformatted text preview: The two principles express an egalitarian form of liberalism in 3 elements The guarantee of political liberties Fair equality of opportunity The difference principle: permits inequalities in the distribution of goods only if those inequalities benefit the worst-off members of society. The aim of justice as fairness What are the grounds of toleration so understood and given the fact of reasonable pluralism as the inevitable outcome of free institutions? Nancy Fraser and Linda Gordon, “Dependency Demystified” The term “dependency” Leaks a profusion of stigmatizing connotations The image of the welfare mother Tracing the historical career of “dependency” Pre-Industrial English usage: common meaning was subordination 02:06 02:06...
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- Fall '06
- SMITH, D
- Psychology, Global justice, fully adequate scheme, modern democratic societies, equal basic rights, Rawls Political liberalism, PreIndustrial English usage