In this article we have projected three central objectives: first, to delimit the scope and limits of the recognition granted by the Aristotelian-Thomist tradition to the centrality of the common political good in life and in the fullness of the human being; Secondly, to specify the nature of the present difficulties that has the same possibility of the common reaches, by virtue of the valuation of the diversity projected by the liberal tradition inherited from Modernity; Thirdly, to analyze the impact that the dichotomy common good/diversity has had and continues to have on the way in which intra-organizational conflicts and relations between organizations and political institutions are dealt with, based on the plural and relativistic conceptions that in Around the idea of Justice make their way into the public debate.
"The Impact of the Concepts of 'Common Good', 'Justice' and 'Diversity' in the Natural Law of our Time,"
Journal of Vincentian Social Action: Vol. 3:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholar.stjohns.edu/jovsa/vol3/iss2/8