Summary of ¿Qué es la “justicia social”? ¿Es posible alcanzarla?

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This video discusses the concept of social justice and how it is difficult to achieve. It cites various philosophers and economists who have discussed the concept, and how it has changed over time. In the end, the speaker tries to provide a brief overview of what social justice actually is, and poses some questions for those interested in pursuing it.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, a philosopher discusses the concept of "social justice." He points out that justice is a topic that is always present in his classes, but is also an inexhaustible topic. Rawls and Sen, two contemporary authors, are discussed. Rawls' theory of justice is discussed, as well as his other works. Amartya Sen, an economist, is also discussed. He discusses the issue of inequality, and how it needs to be considered when discussing the concept of social justice. Finally, Piketty, another economist, is discussed. He discusses the idea of wealth inequality, and how it has become a problem in today's society.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the concept of "social justice," discussing its history and its roots in the 19th century. It also discusses the difficulties in achieving social justice, specifically in regards to the issue of workers' rights. In the end, the speaker tries to provide a brief overview of what social justice actually is, and poses some questions for those interested in pursuing it.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the concept of "justicia social," which is defined as a society in which everyone has equal opportunity. Various people discuss the idea, with some arguing that it is possible to achieve justice, and others saying that it is not possible due to the human tendency to distance ourselves from reality. One speaker argues that justice in a society must be based on principles of freedom and equality, and that it is important for society to create a "just society" where everyone has an equal opportunity to succeed.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the concept of "justicia social," or social justice, and how it is impossible to achieve it perfectly, but is still important to strive for. It cites philosopher John Rawls as a philosopher who believes in the concept. The video also discusses how some people rush to give answers to questions, and how it is important to take the time to think about justice before offering an opinion.
  • 00:20:00 Rawls argues that there is no consensus on the definition of justice, and that it is something that is built up over time, through negotiations between different generations. Juanas argues that the conditions have changed, and that the definition of justice must take into account the changing nature of the land, the crops, and the pastures. Alejandro adds that according to Saint Thomas Aquinas, justice is giving each person what they deserve. However, this becomes difficult when one person thinks they deserve something different from another person, and the definitions of justice and fairness become blurred. Juan adds that, according to Rawls, justice is a mythical concept created by the tangible reality of injustice.

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