By Jill Hadfield

* The language syllabus follows the communicative skills of the scholars * compatible to be used with any direction * Teacher's notes assist you play every one video game * Photocopiable ideas sheets advisor the scholars

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3 A project in this sense does not have to be merely egoistic. The conception of a project allows people to set themselves altruistic purposes, just as people may choose careers like nursing or social work for altruistic reasons. It should also be clear that the subjective conception of the good in this sense does not regard persons as passive beings activated by whatever wants they may happen to have. On the contrary, since this conception explicitly includes the idea that a person's good is to be identified with those projects that he or she on reflection would pursue, it gives pride of place in our conception of the person not to wants as such, but to those formative wants that result from deliberation.

Principles of social choice are to be determined by imagining that all persons in society are the signatories to a social contract. The contract states the terms of association or rules to govern the social relationships of these persons. Each potential signatory is assumed to be capable of reasoning clearly, but is ignorant of his or her own future social position. They are placed behind a 'veil of ignorance'. In other words, no one knows whether they will be rich or poor, strong or weak, male or female, intelligent or dull-witted, Greek or barbarian.

For this reason this theory is sometimes known as pluralism, because it posits an ultimate plurality of political principles, no collection of which can be justified by a further argument. The only qualification the pluralist may allow in this respect is an appeal to consistency. To hold that significant individual interests should be protected against the claims of public order in one case ought to imply that one would make the same judgement in an exactly similar case. 25 Both reflexive and contractarian approaches hold out the possibility of devising a theory that would give sufficient weight to individual interests, without justifying a firm insistence that public order was always to be sacrificed to individual interests.

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