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This article focus on the fundamental right to social security and its view in the Brazilian constitutional order, so that social security is characterized as a system of protection and social justice. In this study, support that social security is a subjective public fundamental right, inalienable, indivisible and non-transferable. The purpose this article is to also clarify that in our legal and constitutional system, social justice is the end of Social Order and is expressed in the equitabledoi:10.11117/223617184.108.40.2064 fatcat:u7syrm3onrdkbgfr37lzunb3yu