6%) and two Rawls' maximins ABC and A-B-C (chosen by 5.
Utilitarian principle, for instance, assumes cardinal utilities and a common unit of measurement, while Rawls' lexicographic maximin assumes ordinal utilities and full comparability of utility levels among all individuals (see Kern 1978; Lissowski 1986; Sen 1974).
We begin with two standard Rawlsian principles - Rawls' maximin and leximin.
The rule behind the Rawls' maximin (MR) is to maximize the utility of the worst-off person; in our case, it would be the juror(s) whose preference is the most distant one from the social choice order.
Again, each leximin solution is also a maximin solution, and so, LR [subset or equal to] MR.