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Definition Reflexive Equilibrium/Principles/Rawls: we begin with as weak a premise as possible, which should however be so strong as to provide a suitable (significant) set of principles. Then we go back and forth until premises and principles are curtailed and adapted. This equilibrium is not necessarily stable.
I 48
Reflective equilibrium/Rawls: (See also Terminologies/Rawls): from a moral-philosophical point of view, it is best to attribute a person's sense of justice not to an idea of justice, but to a concordance of their judgments with a reflective equilibrium, i. e. after weighing up different ideas.
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I 50
Is there a reflective equilibrium? If so, is it unique? Can it be achieved?


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J. Rawls
A Theory of Justice: Original Edition Oxford 2005


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