5The Socio-Political, Socio-Ethical Perspective: Social and Generational Justice

What is new and obvious about the current global situation is that it tends to divide into two normative universes based on contradictory principles regarding their functioning and justification. The global money market knows no boundaries, but it is a lack of boundaries that human beings, with their social ties, cannot get to grips with, although it produces crises with serious consequences for them. This sends out shockwaves of injustice which cannot, however, lead to a socially related discourse on justice, precisely because the injustice which is sensed or felt cannot be determined in socially mediated contexts. Equally, doubt is growing about the policy on justice ...

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