The Independent Review Winter 2021/22

Alexander Rawls—the son of philosopher John Rawls—argues that the theory of “justice as fairness” does not adequately handle the question of what people actually deserve. The best a society can hope for is a set of rules that create conventions of property rights and predictable order. A theory of justice that ignores the costs of adjudicating disputes is simply an invitation to rent-seeking. This issue also contains articles from three prominent young philosophers assessing Alexander Rawls’ insights into his father's work. Also in this issue: What Is a Classical Liberal Constitution?; The Chicago Boys in Chile; A Tribute to Steven G. Horwitz; and more.

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