Western philosophy has a long history of considering the nature of ‘justice’, and the ‘greater social good'. Both of these ideas are important if not crucial aspects of Western social thinking.
This paper begins by applying the principles and methodology of revised social science to identifying the causal fundamentals of society. Once the causal foundations are fully understood, then definitions of social justice and greater social good are readily deduced. Social justice as an agreement between two people (or groups) which both willing to action without violence or enmity (workable compromise), and the definition of the greater social good as social justice which all other citizens accept
Offered Free by: Graham Little
See All Resources from: Graham Little