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2. This refers to the extent to which people are fairly rewarded for their injuries by those who haveinjured them; just compensation is proportional to the loss inflicted on a person.A. Distributive justiceB. Corrective justiceC. Compensatory justiceD. Retributive justiceB3. This refers to the extent to which punishments are fair and just.
4. These represent obligatory behaviors because their infraction results to punishment, formal orinformal.
5. This is the central part of ethics.
6. Which of the following is a principle of fairness?
A. Make all decisions on appropriate criteria, without undue favoritism or improper prejudice.B. Equals should be treated equally and unequal unequally.C. All people are equal in the face of the law.D. All the aboveA7. Which of the following is a principle of justice?
8. Rawls emphasizes the priority of -
9. In evaluating any moral decision, we must ask whether our actions -
10. The foundations of justice can be traced to the notions of the following except
A. social stabilityB. interdependence,C. equal dignityD. Make all decisions on appropriate criteria, without undue favoritism.
Name:VARQUEZ, CRISTINE PAULINE C.Year & Section:BSA1-G2Date:05/18/22Lesson 2:Political DoctrinesACTIVITY 1Compare and contrast the following:a. Egalitarianb. Socialistc. Capitalist

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