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A Justificação Ética para o Rendimento Incondicional à Luz da Teoria Rawlsiana de Justiça e Algumas Considerações Empíricas

A Justificação Ética para o Rendimento Incondicional à Luz da Teoria Rawlsiana de Justiça e Algumas Considerações Empíricas

Ana Catarina Neves, “A Justificação Ética para o Rendimento Incondicional à Luz da Teoria Rawlsiana de Justiça e Algumas Considerações Empíricas,” Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 74, no. 2–3 (2018): 661–94, DOI 10.17990/RPF/2018_74_2_0661.

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A Justificação Ética para o Rendimento Incondicional à Luz da Teoria Rawlsiana de Justiça e Algumas Considerações Empíricas

Type Journal Article
Author Ana Catarina Neves
Rights © 2018 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural | © 2018 Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
Volume 74
Issue 2-3
Pages 661-694
Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
ISSN 0870-5283
Date 2018
DOI 10.17990/RPF/2018_74_2_0661
Language Portuguese
Abstract In order to discuss Unconditional Basic Income from a philosophical standpoint, it is important to mention John Rawls and its concept of justice as fairness and property-owning democracy. At the same time, one is required to argue whether Rawls’ ideas are compatible with the UBI concept. On one hand, the idea of social minimum and ensuring everyone its fair share might lead to a strong and simple justification of UBI through John Rawls’ lens. On the other hand, I believe it may be too simplistic, since reciprocity is embedded in John Rawls’ principles of justice and one of his models of a fair society: property-owning democracy. I will argue in favor of the latter position: that it is not possible to justify an UBI through John Rawl’s theory. The discussion will then move into looking at our own societies, considering empirical issues in the analysis (such as poverty and inequality), since UBI can be an innovative measure to tackle some of these challenges.
Date Added 20/10/2018, 22:20:18
Modified 22/10/2018, 14:28:40

Tags:

  • unconditional basic income
  • distributive justice,
  • employment,
  • freedom,
  • justice as reciprocity,
  • pre-distribution,

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