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Relationship between Equity and Related Ideas

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This chapter undertakes a positive outline to show what equity is, and a negative one, pointing out what it is not. We thus hope to arrive at a sharper and more precise profile. In the task of delimiting what equity is not, we intend to maintain the three-dimensional scheme, the division into planes, distinguishing between the factual, the normative, and the values, planes. In truth, our comparative analysis really focuses on those zones where other ideas interact with equity, the ?limit? or ?boundary? regions. There we find analogous concepts, in part like, in part unlike, equity. All these, we treat of three-dimensionally.

Keywords: comparative law; equity



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