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Is Justice a Virtue? Political Virtue. General Justice. The Relation of Justice to Just Action. The Relation of Voluntary Action to Just Action and to Justice. Aristotle and Justice
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Justice is a Virtue Justice occurs within the state - Polis The State is the primary element on the development of just actions and unjust actions. The Unjust Person Lawless person Person concerned with goods involved in good and bad fortune The Just Person Lawful Person Fair Person Justice as a Virtue - Political Virtue Unconditional-only in concern to oneself Relation to other- to do what is unconditional and to choose what is good
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Justice Excess – Mean – Deficiency Injustice – Justice - Injustice Justice Lawful Fair Injustice Lawless Unfair “Whatever is unfair is lawless, but not everything that is lawless in unfair.”
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General Justice Justice is : Whatever is lawful is in someway just. Legislative Science: Political Community
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2009 for the course HUM 282927 taught by Professor Edwards during the Fall '08 term at Florida State College.

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