What good is theorizing about a society in which, to use Rawls’ words, “everyone is presumed to act justly and to do his part in upholding just institutions”? If such a scenario is not realizable, not “practically possible,” then how does it help us?
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What good indeed. In such a world anarchy would work as well as anything.

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