normative theories of social welfare

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John Rawls, one of the most influential liberal theorists of the twentieth century, argues that economic inequalities ought to be arranged such that they offer the greatest to the least advantaged in society. How does Rawls’s “justice as fairness” achieve that outcome? How is the “maximin” principle morally justified? Should public officials be obliged to consider how policies affect those who are the least well-off in society? Explain.

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