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For human ethics, it can convincingly be argued that justice is a central cornerstone and basis. Here, it is suggested that this can, to some extent, similarly be applied to robots. The article makes the argument that Rawls' veil of ignorance in his conception of justice as fairness can effectively be replaced by a much more natural condition of prudent egoism in a finite world. Observing ones' own important interests in an encompassing context paves the way for a guideline for the conduct,doi:10.1515/pjbr-2019-0029 fatcat:bwdyujkysfcpjl55tnqooc7gma