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Michael Novak on Social Justice

Posted By Margaret Barr On December 2, 2009 @ 4:31 pm In First Principles | Comments Disabled

Social justice, the common good, and individual liberty—common terms, loosely used today. According to Michael Novak [1], “all three need, in every generation, to recover their often lost precision. Otherwise, the silent artillery of time steadily levels their carefully wrought strong points and leaves an entire people intellectually and morally defenseless.”

Follow Novak’s three-part series “On the Square” [2] (First Things) as he seeks “to find some precision in these three realities.” Watch Novak’s recent lecture at The Heritage Foundation, “Social Justice Is Not What You Think It Is.” [3] To read more, click here [2].

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[1] Michael Novak: http://www.aei.org/scholar/44

[2] three-part series “On the Square”: http://www.firstthings.com/onthesquare/2009/12/three-precisions58-social-justice

[3] “Social Justice Is Not What You Think It Is.”: http://www.heritage.org/Press/Events/ev061009a.cfm

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