JUSTICE AND PROPERTY.
If a person possesses and uses property while excluding others, the result is economic injustice. On the other hand, when property is possessed and used by all, the result is economic justice. Thus, it makes sense for humans to possess and to use property as a means to achieve justice rather than injustice.
COMMON SENSE AND THE LACK OF IT.
Common sense is a common denominator for all the members of the human race; but if a reduced group of individuals were to appropriate common sense for themselves, then this group would lack common sense.
THE CORE OF DISAGREEMENTS.
If men cannot agree on what is good for them, how can we expect them to agree on anything else? What is clear, however, is that the core of their disagreements stems from a few individuals who insist that everything, or almost everything, belongs to them.
A CASE OF INJUSTICE.
In order to comply with the requirement of justice, an economic system must provide for the welfare of all. For if it were to provide only for the welfare of a group, it would comply with the requirement of injustice.
(By Jesús A. Diez Canseco).