ABSTRACT. In Political Liberalism, Rawls argues that justice as fairness should not be seen as uniquely grounded in a particular comprehensive conception of right. Rawls's political constructivism can be better understood in the very terms of its critical account of the foundations of a theory of justice. Rawls uses the procedural representation of the categorical imperative so as to construct the content of a political conception of justice in order to represent their societal interests.



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