INDIVIDUAL JUSTICE


What does “individual social” justice consist of? Of each individual’s capacity, over the course of his life, to rise and fall, in terms of his prosperity, depending upon his merits and his mistakes. This phenomenon is independent of global growth. How can one evaluate a country’s level of “individual social” justice?  By analyzing the trends among a representative sampling of individuals over a long enough period of time. Evaluating the average social mobility among the sample set of  individuals during this period.

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