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In this book, the theories of social justice created by Rawls, Sen and Nussbaum, are examined. Justyna Miklaszewska provides a comparative analysis of the concepts and the relationship between them. She concludes that all these theories share an attitude of political pragmatism. Sen and Nussbaum, while making reference to Rawls, extend their considerations on justice to en In this book, the theories of social justice created by Rawls, Sen and Nussbaum, are examined. Justyna Miklaszewska provides a comparative analysis of the concepts and the relationship between them. She concludes that all these theories share an attitude of political pragmatism. Sen and Nussbaum, while making reference to Rawls, extend their considerations on justice to encompass problems of global inequalities, the discrimination of women, the rights of people with disabilities, and animal rights. Their theories enrich liberal political philosophy by including values that have been overlooked and that establish the principles of morality within the sphere of political action. The dissemination of the research contributes to changing the current view on social development in quantitative terms, to include the social justice dimension in discussions on economic growth and to influence the socio-economic policies of democratic states. The book is addressed to scholars and students working in the fields of political philosophy, economics, and sociology. It may also be of use to politicians and those interested in issues of social justice and inequality.


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In this book, the theories of social justice created by Rawls, Sen and Nussbaum, are examined. Justyna Miklaszewska provides a comparative analysis of the concepts and the relationship between them. She concludes that all these theories share an attitude of political pragmatism. Sen and Nussbaum, while making reference to Rawls, extend their considerations on justice to en In this book, the theories of social justice created by Rawls, Sen and Nussbaum, are examined. Justyna Miklaszewska provides a comparative analysis of the concepts and the relationship between them. She concludes that all these theories share an attitude of political pragmatism. Sen and Nussbaum, while making reference to Rawls, extend their considerations on justice to encompass problems of global inequalities, the discrimination of women, the rights of people with disabilities, and animal rights. Their theories enrich liberal political philosophy by including values that have been overlooked and that establish the principles of morality within the sphere of political action. The dissemination of the research contributes to changing the current view on social development in quantitative terms, to include the social justice dimension in discussions on economic growth and to influence the socio-economic policies of democratic states. The book is addressed to scholars and students working in the fields of political philosophy, economics, and sociology. It may also be of use to politicians and those interested in issues of social justice and inequality.

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