Social Justice Isn't What You Think It is

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Social Justice Isn't What You Think It is

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 Join us as top Catholic theologians and scholars seek to clarify the true meaning of social justice and rescue it from those who would seek to distort it for ideological purposes.

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What is Social Justice?

For Friedrich Hayek, it was a mirage – a meaningless, ideological, incoherent, vacuous cliché. He believed the term should be avoided, abandoned, and allowed to die a natural death. For its proponents, social justice is a catchall term that can be used to justify any progressive sounding government program. It endured because it venerates its champions and brands its opponents as supporters of social injustice, and thus as enemies of humankind. As an ideological marker, social justice always works best when it is not too sharply defined.

Join us as top Catholic theologians and scholars seek to clarify the true meaning of social justice and rescue it from those who would seek to distort it for ideological purposes.