Configure John Rawls’ theory of justice.

Configure John Rawls’ theory of justice

The Latin words jungere (to bind, to tie together) and jus (justice) are combined to form the word “justice” (a bond or tie). Justice, as a uniting or joining concept, helps to bring individuals together in a just or fair order of relationships by allocating each person’s fair share of rights and responsibilities, rewards and […]

Write a note on modern political theory.

Write a note on modern political theory

Modern political theory includes in itself a number of diverse trends like the institutional, structural, positivistic, empirical, scientific, the Marxist and behavioural and post-behavioral. These trends ruled the twentieth century for the most extent. Classical political theory was primarily  idealistic, philosophical, normative, and to some degree historical; modern political theory, on the contrary, can be divided into two parts: liberal, which includes the pluralist, […]