KEYBENEFIT: This book introduces the philosophy of economic justice whilepresenting a non-dogmatic defense of the welfare state. Itpresents and describes libertarian capitalism, state socialism, and the welfarestate with the purpose of determining which best satisfies the requirements ofeconomic justice. Each system is then evaluated from the perspective of threewidely recognized values: promoting human well-being, giving people what theydeserve, and promoting human liberty. Though the book defends a particularposition, it is also written to encourage readers to think about the issuesintelligently and form their own educated views on the subject. Written in aclear and readable style, Economic Justice explains the central ideas onthe nature of capitalism, socialism, and the welfare state while providingconcise discussions of the major theorists: Marx, Nozick, and Rawls. An important and valuable book for any reader interested inunderstanding and evaluating the current debates and issues of economic justiceas they relate to capitalism and the welfare state.
Specifications of Economic Justice
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