phil hw12 - Dr. Hornsby PHIL 260.001 11/16/09 Distributive...

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Dr. Hornsby PHIL 260.001 11/16/09 Distributive justice refers to economic goods and productivity in society. The distribution portion of the term refers to how these goods are dispersed among a community and for what reasons. One way to define distributive justice is by stating that the goods and services will be given properly and fairly to all citizens throughout the community. Another point that society attempts to make and achieve is that they be a just society as a whole. Communities want all men and women to be treated as equal. The legal systems in the cities across the country strive to be fair and consistent in their decision-making. All communities’ distributive justice is not the same. They do not all abide by the same rules because every community is different. Some are more successful than others. How much comfort a community has in its productivity determines how many citizens in the society benefit from proper justice where deserved. If a community is thriving and flourishes in the legal system and with their economic goods, then administrations
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course PHIL 260 taught by Professor Hornsby during the Fall '10 term at N.C. A&T.

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