Social justice can mean many things. To see why, we can ask how one’s theory of social justice relates to individual rights. Doing so, we’ll see that there’s a social justice determined to uphold individual rights and that there’s a different kind of social justice, focused exclusively on distribution. About this latter kind of social justice, we should be wary.
- Richard Arneson, "Egalitarianism." Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (Published Aug 16, 2002 - Revised Apr 24, 2013)
- James E. Bruce, "Boringly Familiar and Wildly Utopian," Libary of Law and Liberty. (Oct 21, 2015)
- James E. Bruce, "Can Social Justice Be Rescued?" Libary of Law and Liberty. (Feb 3 2016)