Rawls theory of Justice under Juris Law

Rawls theory of Justice under Juris Law is an significant theory to the revival of natural law. John Rawls was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1921. During the 1960s, he mainly concentrated on writing 

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Concept of Duties under Jurisprudence

A duty is an obligatory act , i.e. it is an act the opposite of which would be wrong. Thus duties and wrongs are generally co-related. The commission of a wrong is the breach of duty and the performance of duty is avoidance of wrong.

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Legal Rights in Jurisprudence

Legal rights exist only in society. These are the products of social living. They cannot be exercised against the society. They are to be exercised by the people for their development and hence for the development of society

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