Utilitarianism and Rawlsian Liberalism in International Legal Theory
Posted on Sun Jan 04, 2009 at 08:32:29 AM EST
Tags: Legal Theory, Political Theory, Diplomacy (all tags)
Rawlsian Liberalism(n.): A political/legal philosophy based off of the ideas of John Rawls, principally including in this context that the moral worth of an action or law is determined by its respect to basic, inherent rights as opposed to the overall good of the society.
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