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The Pope on Economics and Justice

This is a dense and complex argument against the dominant views of the Market in current economic thinking. Benedict argues for the greater importance of morality, and above all of Justice - which he categorises in three parts: distributive and social justice as well as the 'commutative' or transactional justice which sees the market economy as inevitable and inviolable.

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