Justice

Theory of the morally appropriate way of resolving social differences.

There is no one theory of justice.

One view is that justice involves avoiding or preventing harm to people; another that it involves treating people according to their deserts; another that people should be treated according to their needs; another that they should be treated according to fair and impartial procedures.

Also see: Rawls theory of justice

Source:
David Miller et al., eds, The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Thought (Oxford, 1987)

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