Dr. Kumaran


The concept of social justice is mainly based on the idea that
all men are equal in society without any difference of religion,
race, color, caste or creed. The constitution describes justice at
the rst promise of the republic, which means that state power,
will implement the pledge of justice in favor of the millions,
who are the citizens of the state. Social justice is people's
justice where the tyranny of power is transformed into the
democracy of social good. According to Aristotle justice is
equality. He considers equality as a quantity of two extremes
and equidistance. If unjust is unequal and just is equal, as all
suppose it to be even apart from arguments to the Rawl's
theory of justice which consist of following Principles:

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