An evaluative framework for a socially just institution
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The term ‘public good’ is very broad and can include a variety of ideologically informed positions. In this volume it is described by Bozalek and Leibowitz (chapter five) as a concern with participatory parity and equality, not the privileged and wealthy administering charity to the marginalised. Bozalek and Leibowitz stress the relevance of reciprocity and relationality, with reference to the ethic of care. They refer to the importance of the flourishing of human beings as a valuable end, instead of seeing human beings as instruments of economic well-being.