Social Justice-Gandhi and Ambedkar
SUBJECT : Political Science
AUTHOR : KSOU
PUBLISHED ON : 04/09/13
NUMBER OF PAGES : ( 6 Pages)
PRICE : Rs 4.5

No society is free from inequality and exploitation. The concept of social justice has the objective of eliminating all inequalities and giving to all citizens equal opportunities in the social and economic affairs. The principle of social justice makes democracy significant, purposeful, meaningful and dynamic, without social justice, democracy is poor in its content. The concept of welfare state is linked with the concept of social justice. A welfare state is expected to uphold the principle of social justice. With this introduction, now let us proceed to discuss the meaning of social justice in its various dimensions and the views of Gandhi and Ambedkar about social justice in the following sections.


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