Just enough Sufficiency as a Demand of Justice by Liam Shields explores the territory of human sufficiency for everyone. We live in a society where the middle class is disappearing and where social injustices are more frequents, and where we see a big disparities between the very rich and the poor unable to cope with the most necessary exigencies.
What to do? People started recently to talk about what it should be done for a better life. This book says the author take in consideration the word, philosophic concept of "Sufficiency" as the main answer to people's need in every field of their existence. The author explains the meaning of sufficiency in this way: "A principle of distributive justice indispensable only when we cannot do without it in the most plausible account of justice."
Passing through the various sectors of the existence, the author will define a vision for the future.
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Anna Maria Polidori