Kant, Mill, and Rawls' Contractarianism
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The paper discusses how Rawls' Contractarian philosophy resides in the social contracts that are made between individuals and the governments they must serve for the greater good. The paper explains that for Rawls, the premise of torture would not be a viable way for the United States (for example) to use torture, even if the person may save thousands of lives in the ticking time bomb scenario.
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