In her little classic On Violence, Hannah Arendt quotes two complaints against the injustice of time.
Alexander Herzen: “Human development is a form of chronological injustice, since late-comers are able to profit by the labors of their predecessors without paying the same price.”
And Kant: “it will always remain bewildering . . . that the earlier generations seem to carry on their burdensome business only for the sake of the latter . . . and that only the last should have the good fortune to dwell in the [completed] building.”
And they’re right, if the dead never share in the ultimate fruit of their labors.
Which means: No chronological justice without resurrection.