In Free Market Fairness, Brown University political philosopher John Tomasi describes himself as setting off on a quest to thaw the frozen intellectual sea that separates libertarians and classical liberals from Rawslian liberals. He half succeeds. Tomasi shatters the ice encasing the Rawlsian liberals, setting them free to drift toward the libertarian shore. However, his ice breaker does not have the power to reach the opposite coast and runs aground on the icy shores surrounding the libertarians.
Not Quite Breaking the Ice, Review of Free Market Fairness
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