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In the paper, the author analyzes the concept of law in John Rawls's political conception of justice. After analyzing Rawls's relevant texts that contain certain elements of the argument for the concept of law as an institution, of the legal system, of legal norms and of the rights, as well as the secondary literature on these texts, the metajuridical foundation of the concept of law is researched. The author then claims that Rawls's argument for the priority of right over ideas of good is thedoi:10.30925/zpfsr.40.3.2 fatcat:mlyngmncbngvrjy4d6o2j22ttq