Clarifying Justice

If justice is the virtue that should form our treatment of others, how does one go about developing and applying a model of justice that can identify injustices in the financial sector? Part 2 speaks from my experience of community, working with people against injustices. It relates both to the need to respect others and to the creation of a flourishing community: both what we do and why we do it in terms of the structure in Figure 1.1. I start with the problems of apartheid with which we grappled in South Africa as they provide concrete examples of the principles, and it is the best way I know to explain them and their importance. Moreover, few countries do not have a growing underclass of ill-educated and marginalized ...

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