Justice As Fairness
1. What is the first virtue of social institution, according to Rawls?
2. What branch of philosophy is this book concerned with?
3. What does Rawls want his theory of justice to be?
(a) The dominant political view.
(b) A viable alternative to other theories.
(c) Something to remember.
(d) Something to destroy the theories of Utilitarianism.
4. What defines a good society, according to Rawls?
(a) A wealthy society.
(b) A society that owns the most land.
(c) A just society.
(d) A strong society.
5. How, according to Rawls, does justice help to assign rights and duties?
(a) It enforces the law.
(b) It states who has the power and who doesn't.
(c) It ensures that there is an equal distribution of such.
(d) It ensures that some people get more duties than others.
6. Who should hold the greatest advantage in Rawls’ ideal society?
(a) No one.
(b) The poor.
(c) The royals.
(d) The rich.
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