POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cosmopolitanism, Communitarianism, Procedural Justice

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Justice requires us to give to others what they are entitled to. To render what is due (to give back a proportion of what you were giving. A just punishment = punishment that fits the crime. ) At the end of the end, do we seem to have to something that seems to render what is due. Equality of outcome? (merit you get certain goods if and only if you deserve them. ) (equality of outcome distribute goods so that there is a rough equality) Meritocratic distribution according to talents or abilities requires level playing field (doctors get paid more because they are high skilled, they worked very hard for the job and for many years, etc. ) Social justice socialism as example of altruistic model (thinks that we should choose to have a government were people get what they need. If you have a family of ten, you have a need for more stuff than if you live alone. )

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