An Original Omission? Property in Rawlss Political Thought
By Quentin P. Taylor
John Rawls is widely considered to have been the most important political philosopher of the twentieth century, yet he barely broached the subject of property and ownership. Given his neglect of a topic so vital in the real world and in the history of political thought, Rawlss theory of justice as fairness can hardly be considered complete.
|Other Independent Review articles by Quentin P. Taylor|
|Summer 2016||John Stuart Mill, Political Economist:A Reassessment|
|Winter 2009/10||Thomas Hobbes, Political Economist:His Changing Historical Fortunes|
|Winter 2004/05||Money and Politics in the Land of Oz|