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Although his family was of comfortable means, his youth was twice marked by tragedy. In two successive years, his two younger brothers contracted an infectious disease from him—diphtheria in one case and pneumonia in the other—and died.
His remaining, older brother attended Princeton for undergraduate studies and was a great athlete. Rawls followed his brother to Princeton. Although Rawls played baseball, he was, in later life at least, excessively modest about his success at that or at any other endeavor.
Rawls continued for his Ph. From them, he learned to avoid entanglement in metaphysical controversies when possible. Turning away from the then-influential program of attempting to analyze the meaning of the moral concepts, he replaced it with what was—for a philosopher—a more practically oriented task: Hart and Isaiah Berlin.
Hart had made progress in legal philosophy by connecting the idea of social practices with the institutions of the law. Compare TJ at 48n. In Isaiah Berlin, Rawls met a brilliant historian of political thought—someone who, by his own account, had been driven away from philosophy by the aridity of mid-century conceptual analysis.
Berlin influentially traced the historical careers of competing, large-scale values, such as liberty which he distinguished as either negative or positive and equality.
Not long after his time in Oxford, Rawls embarked on what was to become a life-long project of finding a coherent and attractive way of combining freedom and equality into one conception of political justice.
This project first took the form of a series of widely-discussed articles about justice published between and There he remained, being named a University Professor in Throughout his career, he devoted considerable attention to his teaching.
In his lectures on moral and political philosophy, Rawls focused meticulously on great philosophers of the past—Locke, Hume, Rousseau, Leibniz, Kant, Hegel, Marx, Mill, and others—always approaching them deferentially and with an eye to what we could learn from them.
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