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While it is often taken for granted that the concepts of property and of distributive justice are capable of working together to generate norms which can enhance positive social and political relations, in particular the value of community, this Article argues otherwise. Relying on critical tools deriving from Hegel's Philosophy of Right and Marx's notion of fetishism, the author claims that the Rawlsian conception of distributive justice fetishizes the institution of property, and claims todoi:10.2202/1565-3404.1213 fatcat:a3vxldwr6badxisip5fsh4e7jm