A Theory of Justice Character Descriptions

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John Rawls

This person is the author of the book, and whom is cited as one of the foremost social philosophers of his times. Recognised by the philosophical community and also world leaders, President Clinton said that this man 'rejuvenated a whole generations' belief in democracy itself." Criticised for his 'veil of ignorance' argument, but acclaimed for the lifetime of study that he gave to the understanding of morals, civil society and the subject of justice itself.

St. Thomas Aquinas

This individual was a medieval theologian whose work is closely based on, and carries on, the tradition of the Greek Aristotle, who was later canonized by the church. This individual is cited in A Theory of Justice by the author in a discussion of religious tolerance.

Aristotle

This individual was the final member of the trio of the Greek philosophers who formed the basics of Western philosophy. Famous...

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