This introductory chapter is concerned with the concept of social justice, which is one of the main topics discussed in this book. It begins by examining the various definitions attributed to the term, as well as the approaches that are used. The next section is on the theories of social justice, such as the theory of John Rawls. The chapter ends with a detailed outline of the following chapters.
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