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Much has been written about John Rawls' A Theory of Justice. One of its most distinctive features is the "original position" in which principles of justice are chosen. In this paper I discuss the formulation of the orj-ginal position and, in particular, the conditions of knowledge that Rawls puts on it.doi:10.17161/ajp.1808.8917 fatcat:pzqi4us5x5baxjot2exgoyyeum