Economic Justice and Natural Law

Cambridge University Press (2009)
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Abstract

Gary Chartier elaborates a particular version of economic justice rooted in the natural law tradition, explaining how it is relevant to economic issues and developing natural law accounts of property, work, and economic security. He examines a range of case studies related to ownership, production, distribution, and consumption, using natural law theory as a basis for staking positions on a number of contested issues related to economic life and highlighting the potentially progressive and emancipatory dimension of natural law theory.

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The natural law tradition in ethics.Mark Murphy - 2019 - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

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