distributive justice


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distributive justice

(dis-trib′yŭ-tiv)
The ethical concept that favors the value of doing some good for a community, as opposed to doing great good for an individual. It may be illustrated by the dilemma of providing a costly organ transplant to save the life of one person versus providing vaccination against polio to thousands of others. When monetary resources are limited, health care planners, providers, and patients compete for those resources and must decide whether to concentrate them on a single major task or distribute them broadly to the population at large.
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Of course, I recognize that folding distributive justice questions into the equation is a difficult task.
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Major organization : THE ISRAELI ASSOCIATION FOR DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
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