There is a war in Ukraine!
This issue, prepared long before the war, is dedicated to the eminent philosopher John Rawls, who was called "Rousseau of the twentieth century" during his lifetime, and other respected epithets of his critics and followers. An advocate of justice and liberal democracy, he is still a guide for our search for the conditions for a better society - humane, fair, and honest with everyone. Unfortunately, the bright memory of the great philosopher is now overshadowed by a tragedy unthinkable in the third millennium…
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