Socialism and 'Social' Justice

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

10 hours agoThe Journal of Libertarian Studies
Hayek was forced to conclude that that the term "social justice" was "entirely empty and meaningless” and is generally used to assert a claim without giving a reason for it.
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