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ABSTRACT. Rawls's general conception of justice holds that the basic structure of society should be arranged so as to maximize the long-run expectation of primary goods for the group of members of society that is worst off in this respect. The adherents of strict equality started a search for some complex measure of goods that would be given to everybody in equal amounts but would not suffer from similar bad effects.

 

GEORGE HODOROGEA
Wales University
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