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Books from the personal library of John Rawls, 1915-2002

Collection Identifier: HUM 48.1
Overview: John Rawls (1921-2002) was one of the most significant political and moral philosophers of the twentieth century and is credited with reviving the social contract tradition in social and moral philosophy. These books selected from Rawls's personal library contain extensive annotations and notes from readings in economics, moral philosophy, and social theory, and offer a view of the works that interested Rawls and may have influenced his own work.

Papers of John Rawls

Collection Identifier: HUM 48
Overview: John Rawls (1921-2002), James Bryant Conant University Professor at Harvard University, was one of the most significant political and moral philosophers of the twentieth century and is credited with reviving the social contract tradition in social and moral philosophy. Widely cited by scholars, Rawls's theories on justice and fairness in a modern society greatly influenced the fields of political science, economics, sociology, theology, and the law. The papers encompass lectures and teaching...