What Are You Reading…On Rawls

This past week I attended the North American Society for Social Philosophy’s (NASSP) annual conference, where I presented a paper on Rawls’ theory of revolution.  Though I didn’t plan it this way, I ended up attending far more Rawls related sessions than sessions on any other philosopher (in part because the session I chaired was on Rawls, as was the second plenary session).  As a result, my thoughts for the past couple of days have been focused primarily on the concepts Rawls developed and the works on them that people at the conference spoke highly of. Though, given Rawls’ importance to the history of philosophy, there are many more works that could be mentioned, here are some of the one’s I heard people discussing most:

What are you reading?