welfaristic

welfaristic

(ˌwɛlfɛəˈrɪstɪk)
adj
(Social Welfare) characterized by welfarism
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Gault was one of the cases in the 1960s that began a worldwide trend towards a more justice-oriented juvenile justice system that often conflicted with the traditional "welfaristic" principles of juvenile justice.
However, UNESCO has a different and welfaristic version which tells that higher education must serve the interest of sustainable development and help build a better society.
Let us now turn to the important issue of the compatibility between the welfaristic principle of Pareto efficiency and social respect for individual rights.
This shows that Sen's original insight on the conflict between the welfaristic Pareto principle and the non-welfaristic claim of individual rights persists even if we adopt an essentially different articulation of rights through game forms.(19)