Sustainability, justice, and virtue
The argument most frequently used to justify the call for sustainability in business and life generally is based on notions of distributive justice (see, for instance, Dobson 1998; Jacobs 1999; Tencati and Perrini 2011). This chapter sees a strong link between sustainability and justice, but in a different way, concerned more with the development and exercise of the virtue of justice by individuals.
Harris, H. (2016)., Sustainability, justice, and virtue, in M. C. Coutinho De Arruda & B. Rok (eds.), Understanding ethics and responsibilities in a globalizing world, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 247-255.
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