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Unformatted text preview: some regulations III. Natural Aristocracy noblesse oblige IV. Egalitarianism fair equality of opportunity; difference principle (Rawlss own view ) Non Arbitrariness (look at where he speaks on this idea in the text) Page 217 second column he thinks that everyone should choose this in the original state (minimize natural differences) Question: Is he correct to say that we dont really own ourselves and our character, and that our natural talents should be considered a common asset? Doesnt this undermine the efforts of the proud, hardworking but disadvantaged member of our community, insofar as Rawls denies that the successes of the privileged are attributable to their own efforts?)...
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