Philosophy faculty member Paul Voice
examines the influential work of prominent political philosopher John Rawls in his new book Rawls Explained
, published this month by Open Court Press.
The latest installment in the publisher's Ideas Explained series, Voice's book puts Rawls' complex arguments into accessible terms for first-time readers of his work, while also addressing some of the popular criticisms against it. Rawls Explained
is Voice's second book; Morality and Agreement: A Defense of Moral Contractarianism
was published in 2002.