Rawls’ thoughts


Write a 250-300-word essay (about one, double-spaced page) answering the following questions.  Read pages 120 – 128 of the textbook, which explains Rawls’ thought very clearly. 
In his A Theory of Justice, John Rawls sets out a thought experiment to determine rationally the principles of justice that should govern a just society.  Rawls hypothesizes that these principles based on how a group of individuals would understand what is just when judged from what he calls the “original position,” that is, the place where all the members seeking to form a society must agree to the set of rules governing the society before it is formed. Rawls further argues that in order to reach an agreement, the consideration of the principles of justice must take place with the additional requirement that none of the individuals know what position they will have in the society to be formed. Rawls calls this the “veil of ignorance” behind which the principles will be decided.
Why is it necessary to postulate “an original position” where the potential members of a society are not yet in a society but need to form an agreement or contract?  How does the notion of the “original position” argue for Rawls’ first principle of justice (equal rights or liberties)? (hint: Why is it important that the agreement is voluntary?)
Ive attached pages 120-128

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