This Dark Age

A manual for life in the modern world.

By Daniel Schwindt

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Social justice

Last, we may speak of the most general concept of justice, which is for that reason called social. Because of its nature, this form of justice circumscribes everything else—ordering, subordinating, but never eliminating or destroying, the other forms.[1] This point of view addresses structural problems and formulates appropriate solutions at a broad level.

[1] CCC, 2426; CSDC, 201.

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