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Common good is the good that is common to and shared by a number of persons. Common good is the good of a collectivity, which cannot be disaggregated.
It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you common good.
It clearly explains the relationships between the concept of common good and the concept of justice.
It analyzes the relationships between the concept of common good and the concept of public interest.
It appraises the liberal view of common good. It throws light on the liberal view:
‘Common good is the aggregate of the individual goods. It does not exist beyond the experience of ordinary persons. It is not metaphysical.’
It evaluates the communitarian view of common good. It sheds light on the communitarian view:
‘Common good is the community’s good. Community is the source of everybody’s good.’
It discusses the Marxist view of common good. It casts light on the Marxist view:
‘The Marxists posit that common good is the good of one’s class. It may be the good of a class of the masters or that of the slaves. It is either the good of a class of the bourgeoisie or that of the proletariat. It is for the good of a class of the landlords or that of the tenants. It is for the good of anyone of the class of the employers and the class of the employees. And it is also for the good of the privileged class or that of the less privileged.’