Justice and Charity: The Bulwark of Human Well-Being

  • Edward J. O’Boyle
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Abstract

Justice and charity have meanings that vary from one person to the next, from a specific time and place to another, and from the secular world to the sacred. Even a cursory review of the literature exposes the reader to a variety of meanings for the same word or term and a variety of words or terms with the same meaning.

Keywords

Social Justice Market Economy Distributive Justice Economic Order Economic Justice 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edward J. O’Boyle
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  1. 1.Louisiana Tech UniversityUSA

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