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MaxManus
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Mar6-12, 10:40 AM
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Hey, I'm reading about rawls in Kymlicka Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Introduction and it says that Rawls did not favour a free health care system. Does anyone know why? It strikes me as odd that you would design a society such that economic inequality is only allowed if it favours the least well of and not at the same time not give at least some compensation to the sick people.
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