Introduction, Thom Brooks (University of Newcastle, UK) and Fabian Freyenhagen (University of Cambridge, UK); 1. The unity of Rawls's work, Leif Wenar (University of Sheffield, UK); 2. Self-realization and the priority of fair equality of opportunity, Robert S. Taylor (University of California, Davis, USA); 3. Taking the distinction between persons seriously, Anthony Simon Laden (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA); 4. Rawls and feminism: What should feminists make of liberal neutrality?, Elizabeth Brake (University of Calgary, Canada); 5. Public reason and the moral foundation of liberalism, Jon Mahoney (Kansas State University, USA); 6. Dilemmas of public reason: pluralism, polarization, and instability, Robert Talisse (Vanderbilt University, USA); 7. Public reason and religion, James Boettcher (Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, USA); 8. John Rawls and the new Kantian moral theory, Ana Marta Gonzalez (University of Navarra, Spain); 9. The Law of Peoples: the old and the new, Chris Naticchia (California State University, USA); 10. The legacies of John Rawls, Fred D'Agostino (University of New England in New South Wales, Australia).