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DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE. That virtue, whose object it is to distribute rewards and punishments to every one according to his merits or demerits. Tr. of Eq. 3; Lepage, El. du Dr. ch. 1, art. 3, Sec. 2 1 Toull. n. 7, note. See Justice.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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For people working as urban planners, engineers or architects, this means shifting from the dominant Philippine misconception of spatial planning as a purely technocratic or physical design exercise but something closer to what scholars describe as 'place-governance.' While planning at its best can and should be a tool for inclusive economic growth and redistributive justice, it is often complicit in the power structures that propagate inequalities themselves.
There can be no denying that a degree of industrial and agricultural growth did happen under Ayub Khan even if redistributive justice was conspicuous by its absence and the workers were granted zero rights.
(1) We propose that the bonds and beliefs these young revolutionaries formed in the 1870s remained steadfast until the end of their lives: a commitment to ethical rationalism, redistributive justice, and participatory democracy (all expressed in the populist vocabulary of that time).
She, however, suspects that 'reproductive choice' will remain an empty boast unless it is accompanied by reproductive and redistributive justice. Here, she diverges from the late 20th century liberal feminism, which celebrates 'reproductive choice.' Murphy's critical contestation of reproductive choice is not meant to dismiss the concept per se.
Shell's focus is on redistributive justice, and she seems less convinced of the goodness or necessity of economics, which I've found to be the case with many professors of political philosophy (though thankfully not in this volume).
Economics play almost no role in Teitel's genealogy and there is no redistributive justice element included in her findings.
As preservice teachers, they were tied to either liberal democratic models of redistributive justice or retributive justice (see Gale & Densmore, 2000).
Economic Liberty and Human Flourishing: Kant on Society, Citizenship, and Redistributive Justice
His rejection of CARP, said Mora, underscores his lack of a clear and coherent economic platform because he fails to understand that agrarian redistributive justice is the bedrock of industrial development.
I argue that taxjustice rhetoric tends to perpetuate a 'residual' conception of taxation that emphasises its function as a mechanism of redistributive justice, and, relatedly, a conception of the 'welfare state' which tends not to take account of the intensified marketisation of health, education and welfare provision in austerity.
The Communist Party then promoted universalistic values premised on redistributive justice that its population still takes for granted, despite decades of growing inequalities--values that still shape the expectations of many with regard to social policies from the cradle to the grave.