Rawls

A practice will strike the parties as fair if none feels that, by participating in it, they or any of the others are taken advantage of, or forced to give in to claims which they do not regard as legitimate (Rawls, 1958: 178).

— Rawls, J. (1958). Justice as fairness. The Philosophical Review 67(2), 164-194.

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