Nizigiyimana, Désiré Louis
Social justice as a normative foundation for an integrative developmental strategy [Tesi di dottorato]
LUISS Guido Carli, 2017-07-12 : Roma

The thesis focuses on investigating what should be regarded as foundations of justice for human development policy making by contextualizing how Rawls’s primary goods and Sen’s capabilities would contribute as informational basis for judging what the promotion of justice would require under a goal oriented approach to social justice which intends to address durable poverty in society. In contextualizing and evaluating how primary goods and capabilities would contribute as informational basis for social justice, the research considers sociopolitical phenomenon of inequality trap to contextualize normative foundations for an inclusive approach to development. The ultimate goal is to evaluate and contextualize the normative foundations for justice in human development policy making under a goal oriented approach to justice aiming to address durable poverty and promote inclusive development. The methodological approach to justice bridges normative evaluation and empirical concerns to contextualize the nature and the content of policies which would advance justice in non-ideal conditions under a goal oriented approach to social justice.

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Santoro, Daniele
Maffettone, Sebastiano
SPS/04 - Political Science


Tesi di dottorato. | Lingua: en ; en ; en. | Paese: | BID: TD18026773