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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 816-818


SOCIAL JUSTICE AS A CONDITION OF SOCIO-SPIRITUAL STABILITY IN SOCIETY

Yusubov Jaloliddin Kadamovich, Samanova Shaxlo Boxtiyarovna, Sultanov Sirojbek Xabibullayevich, Ikramova Gulnora Muzaffarovna, Yalgashev Bunyod Maxmudovich.

Abstract
Social justice is one of those phenomena that briefly reflect the economic, political, legal, and moral conditions of life and development of society. Because it is through the prism of social justice are the subjects of historical action evaluate the real conditions of their existence prevailing in a given society, the system of interpersonal relations, social status, place in the system of social division of labor and distribution of social wealth. Analyzing social relations and social hierarchies at the regional level, it is possible to identify the features of mass perception of problems of social life, to note the growing trends and trends, to identify stable patterns between ethical and moral representations of political processes formed by political elites.

Key words: social justice, socio-spiritual stability, society, paradigm, philosophical theory, collective ideas, “just person”, “just state”.



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