what is the difference between distributive and commutative (also referred to as “corrective”) justice, and when should each be applied?

Directions: Compose a paper on the prompt below. The paper should be no shorter and no longer than 6 complete pages in the proper format, not including any cover or references pages. Adhere to either MLA, APA, or Chicago guidelines. In addition to the 6 pages, include a Works Cited/References section.Specifications:Times New Roman, size 12 point font1 inch marginsDouble-spacedMLA, APA, or Chicago formatSources:Primary source: Include only the 1 primary source reading from the semester discussed in the prompt.Scholarly Secondary Sources: Include no fewer than and no more than 2 scholarly secondary sources. You may use any scholarly secondary sources I have provided on Canvas to count toward this requirement.Popular source: Include no more than 1 news source.Prompt: According to Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, what is the difference between distributive and commutative (also referred to as “corrective”) justice, and when should each be applied?Paper Outline:Introduction:Describe what happens when people confuse distributive and commutative justice.Thesis statement template: Because Aristotle claims that distributive justice X, while commutative justice Y, people should be careful to Z.Body Section 1:How do distributive and commutative justice relate to general justice and particular justice (also called “partial” justice) and to moral virtue?Body Section 2:What is distributive justice and what does it take into account?Body Section 3:What is commutative justice and what does it take into account?Body Section 4:Find a real-world example from the news where someone (a judge, a politician, a corporate manager, a group of people, etc.) confused distributive and commutative justice. How did they misapply distributive or commutative justice, and what was the result?Body Section 5:How should distributive or commutative justice be correctly applied to resolve this real-world situation?Conclusion:Briefly discuss the importance of prudence in correctly applying distributive and commutative justice.