The combination of individual and social in man determines individual and social justice. The paper considers three forms of government, socialism, oligarchy and democracy. Under socialism, social justice was supported by the oppression of the individual in person. Oligarchy as the rule of the collective egoism of a small group in power oppresses the two sides of human nature. In a democracy, electoral system forces politicians to increase spending on social policy and tax cuts that reduces individual justice.
|Title of host publication||GLOBALIZÁCIA A JEJ SOCIÁLNO-EKONOMICKÉ DÔSLEDKY ´13/Medzinárodná vedecká konferencia. Katedra ekonomiky, Fakulta PEDAS, Žilinská univerzita v Žiline Rajecké Teplice 9. – 10. október 2013|
|Publisher||EDIS-Zilina University publisher|
|ISBN (Print)||ISSN 1336-5878|
|State||Published - 2013|
- Social Economics
- Social Policy