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In A Theory of Justice he directs us to a method of discovery for political philosophy as well as a method of justification. We want to know which principles for the ordering of society are just. Well then, he says, what we should do is each to ask after what principles we would want to establish for the ordering of society if we had to make our choice under ignorance about our characteristics and under ignorance, therefore, about which position we are likely to reach in that society. We should pursue a contractual method of exploration in seeking out the principles of justice, resorting later to the test of reflective equilibrium in checking whether the principles identified are satisfactory.
But, if he did, he still had no hesitation about advocating a union between philosophy and, for example, an economic way of modelling political problems, when considering how to match various packages of values with social institutions. His programme for pursuing this task was conceived in ‘the marriage of two modern techniques: analytical philosophy and analytical politics’ (Barry, 1965, p. 290). Barry’s book is reasonably identified as marking the end of the long political silence of analytical philosophy.
Moreover, the equilibrium sought under Rawls’s approach is a reflective equilibrium. It is very likely when we try to systematize our sense of justice that we will find certain considered judgements that refuse to fall under principles that elsewhere fit perfectly well. The reflective qualification means that in such a case we should focus, not on the principles, but on the recalcitrant judgements themselves, with a view to seeing whether they may not prove disposable in the light of the disequilibrium that they generate.