Distributive justice: some institutional implication of Rawls' Theory of Justice

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Law
Department Law
Creator Flynn, John J.
Title Distributive justice: some institutional implication of Rawls' Theory of Justice
Date 1975
Description Distributive justice combines Philosophy;, economics, and jurisprudence in an attempt to establish the fundamental theory by which wealth and resources are allocated among the members of a society. The need for a rationally based distributive system to allocate resources in an organized society arises from the insufficiency of available resources to fulfill the conflicting desires of society members. Despite the adoption of various distributive theories through the centuries, the question of what constitutes a just distributive system remains unanswered.
Type Text
Publisher Utah Law Review
Volume 1975
Issue 1
First Page 123
Last Page 157
Subject Justice, theory; Philosophy;, Law; Jurisprudence; Economics
Subject LCSH Distributive justice; Social justice
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Flynn, J. J. (1975). Distributive Justice: Some Institutional Implication of Rawls' A Theory of Justice. Utah Law Review, 1975(1), 123-57.
Rights Management (c) Utah Law Review
Format Medium application/pdf
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2012-06-13
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6qr5ffq
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