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The following article analyzes a possible application of John Rawls's political conception of justice to a contemporary moral and political debate, with the aim of furthering our understanding of the role of that theory as a basis for mutual justification in the public discussion of pluralistic societies. For that purpose, the article addresses the abortion debate, showing how Rawls’s theory can present reasonable criteria that can further the normative discussion regarding the moral personality of the unborn and the solution of a possible conflict of interests between it and her mother from the perspective of the basic liberties.
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