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Thursday, February 19, 2015

HELP!!!

I hit the wrong button and deleted the comment with the link to the piece about Rawls and Marx.  I am such an idiot.  Could you repost it?

2 comments:

wallyverr said...

I'd originally posted this in response to Chris's question "I read somewhere that when Rawls wrote Theory of Justice he hadn't read Marx. But after writing he did, and in his later works he tries to wrestle with Marx's theory of exploitation as a legitimate critique of his just society. Have you any experience or knowledge of this aspect of Rawls's work?".

Daniel Little, who writes the very interesting blog “Understanding Society”, was a TA for Rawls in the early 1970s, and wrote a couple of posts about Rawls knowledge of and interest in Marx. Very briefly, more the philosophical anthropology than the economics.

http://understandingsociety.blogspot.co.uk/2010/03/marxs-influence-on-rawls.html

http://understandingsociety.blogspot.co.uk/2010/03/rawls-on-marx-december-1973.html

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