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José Juan Moreso Mateos
Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
España
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Vol. 55 (2021): John Rawls: 50 años de la Teoría de la Justicia, Monográfico, Páginas 49-74
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/acfs.v55i0.15467
Recibido: jun 6, 2020 Aceptado: ago 1, 2020 Publicado: dic 22, 2020
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En este trabajo se analizan las principales ideas de John Rawls acerca de la naturaleza del derecho y del razonamiento jurídico. Partiendo de un trabajo de Ronald Dworkin (2004), y básicamente de acuerdo con él, se exponen las críticas dworkinianas a la doctrina rawlsiana de la razón pública, y se presenta un modo en el cual Rawls podría replicarlas. El objetivo del trabajo es mostrar la fecundidad de las ideas rawlsianas para nuestra concepción del derecho en sociedades democráticas, caracterizadas por el hecho del pluralismo.

 

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