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Roman Míčka

Social Justice and Human Rights in the Catholic Social Doctrine


This article deals with the contents of the terms justice and social justice, it presents and analyses their use, definitions and possible interpretations in the documents of the Catholic social doctrine and in the wider context of the Christian social thought. The work puts the term of social justice into the context of the key principles of the Catholic social doctrine and subsequently especially to the relation to the debate about the concept of human rights and their relation to the social work.


catholic social doctrine, social justice, subsidiarity, human rights

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