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How is Rawls's "liberalism" reasonably classified as liberal by this SEP article?

Perhaps the concept of "liberty per se" is not very stable, or is even self-defeating. The freedom-to-lose-freedom, for example, seems (A) wrong to use or (B) wrong to even have. So one ...
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Does, "There is a purely conscientious act," imply, "There is a purely right act"?

I think the most important element to examine in your question is: But so does the concept of a purely conscientious act (PCA) in turn lead to the concept of a PRA? By metaphysical necessity, it ...
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