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    Seeing Through the Fog: Love and Injustice in "Bleak House".Joyce Kloc McClure - 2003 - Journal of Religious Ethics 31 (1):23 - 44.
    The author takes up a provocative question poised by Charles Taylor about the relationship between our commitments to a good such as neighbor love and the possibilities of achieving and sustaining social justice. Taylor's concern is not only that we make such a commitment but that we make it in such a way that we avoid its ability to lead us towards injustice rather than justice. After articulating conceptions of love, justice, and injustice, the author turns to Charles Dickens's treatment (...)
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    Seeing Through the Fog: Love and Injustice in Bleak House.Joyce Kloc McClure - 2003 - Journal of Religious Ethics 31 (1):23-44.
    The author takes up a provocative question poised by Charles Taylor about the relationship between our commitments to a good such as neighbor love and the possibilities of achieving and sustaining social justice. Taylor's concern is not only that we make such a commitment but that we make it in such a way that we avoid its ability to lead us towards injustice rather than justice. After articulating conceptions of love, justice, and injustice, the author turns to Charles Dickens's treatment (...)
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