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Just Ends through Just Means: Justice as Liberty, Equality, Solidarity

Our understanding of justice must be inclusive of the fourfold context, i e, justice as virtue, justice as equitable exchange, distributive justice and social justice. Thus, the virtue of the righteous person must carry over into equitable relationships, which, in turn, must sustain this virtue. Together these must facilitate just distributive social institutions and set the norms and values for just social structures, even as these structures must bring about fair distribution and just institutions, sustained by equitable relationships and personal virtue.

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Just Ends through Just Means: Justice as Liberty, Equality, Solidarity

Rudolf C Heredia

Our understanding of justice must be inclusive of the fourfold context, i e, justice as virtue, justice as equitable exchange, distributive justice and social justice. Thus, the virtue of the righteous person must carry over into equitable relationships, which, in turn, must sustain this virtue. Together these must facilitate just distributive social institutions and set the norms and values for just social structures, even as these structures must bring about fair distribution and just institutions, sustained by equitable relationships and personal virtue.

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