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A theory of justice is a 1971 work of political philosophy and ethics by john rawls in which the author addresses the problem of distributive justice the socially just distribution of goods in a society the theory utilises an updated form of kantian philosophy and a variant form of conventional social contract theory rawlss theory of justice is fully a political theory of justice as western theories of justice justice is one of the most important moral and political concepts the word comes from the latin jus meaning right or law the oxford english dictionary defines the just person as one who typically does what is morally right and is disposed to giving everyone his or her due offering the word fair as a synonyma theory of justice is widely recognized as an essential contribution to thought about the nature of justice however even supporters of rawls acknowledge that his work raises many questions one advertisements social justice 7 theories of social justice explained social justice is an attribute of god every act every thought is weighed in the invisible but universal balance scales of justice the day of judgment is not in some remote future but here and now and none can escape it divine laws cannot be this paper provides a discussion and assessment of okins claim that rawls theory of justice fails to address gender based injustice both within the family and in the public sphere and kittays extension of this argument to dependency relations

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