This chapter takes us nearer to those fundamental moral questions which concern the standards and values we ought to adopt when commending something as just or criticizing it as unjust. Its focus is less on the concept of justice and more on questions about the proper criteria for determining whether something is or is not just or unjust, a substantive matter that has to be addressed in a theory of justice.
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