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Anno LII, n. 219, maggio-agosto 2017
This article spells out the sense in which a society where value conflicts are articulated in politics according to inherently just procedures is itself just.
To this end, it clarifies the idea of interactive justice. On this idea, the terms of the parties’ interaction during their conflict is a distinctive locus of justice,
which is irreducible to the justice of the outcomes that are expected to emerge at the end of their interaction.