PoliSciMarch 7

PoliSciMarch 7 - March 7, 2008 From last lecture:...

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March 7, 2008 From last lecture: Fundamental differences How is it that we can have justice in society when there are differences in morals, religion, etc. Principles must be those that we would consent to; justifiable. Primary goods: the things that any rational person would want whatever else they want to do with their lives. o Social: rights, liberties, powers, opportunities, education, income, wealth Can be distributed o natural: intelligence, imagination, vigor How should the basic structure of society distribute social primary goods. Kind of social contract theory based on consent Appealing to hypothetical consent. 1. Justifying the Principles of Justice, The Veil of Ignorance and The Original Position a. What is a fair choice situation? i. Easily answered on one level: ordinarily you can discern a situation where someone is threatening you (that’s not a fair situation); coercion not available. b.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POLY SCI 1 taught by Professor Digeser during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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PoliSciMarch 7 - March 7, 2008 From last lecture:...

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