rawls distributive justice theory

Rawls’ distributive justice theory was fairness as the essence of justice. He suggested that nothing should be in the power of someone who knows their place in society rather justice should be chosen by someone who doesn’t know their place in society. This he considered the “most fair” technique for a just society. He believed the only was there would a just society is if there was no ignorance in any decisions made. This would be no ignorance against race, gender, and social status. I believe this would be a good technique because there would be no prejudice or bias against one another. If the person does not know anything about the other it is harder for them to be ignorant against one another than one who knows everything about each other. 

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