Describe and critically assess John Rawls account of what makes a society just.
Describe and critically assess John Rawls account of what makes a society just Critically assess a central view of a philosopher. This task has two parts to it. 1- First part: accurately describe the relevant view of the philosopher. Include background you think is absolutely necessary for understanding the view, but not too much background. (For example, we don’t need to read that Socrates was a Greek philosopher who lived from 469 BC to 399 BC and who was sentenced to death by the Athenian court for corrupting the youth of Athens.) 2- Second part: critically assess the philosopher’s views. Do you agree with them? Can you think of counterexamples to the views? These are examples where the philosopher’s views appear to be clearly wrong or counterintuitive. Can you think of other kinds of arguments against the philosopher’s views? Here we are looking for you to build up a brief and compelling case either for or against the philosopher’s views.