This article does a diachronic review of Social Justice concept. From the statements of classical philosophers like Plato, Aristotle and Aquinas, and utilitarian and contractualist theories are studied in the First Industrial Revolution context. This perspective has been taken as background for a deeper social justice concept understood as distribution, in Rawls notion; in the Sen and Nussbaum capability approach, and justice as recognition and participation in Fraser and Young perspective. In this way, Social Justice is seen as a developing, complex, multidimensional, multidisciplinary and deeply political theory which leads us to regard it as a verb: always developing and never completed or achieved.
Social Justicie, Distributive Justice, equity, Recognition, Partcipation.
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