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John Stuart Mill “ On the connection between Justice and Utility” from ‘Utilitarianism’
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Justice is defined in the context of Human Affairs The methodology: Justice and Un-justice – as moral attributes- it is best defined by its opposites. Action vs. Sentiment-Rule Utilitarianism and Act Utilitarianism Definition of Justice Every action excites certain sentiments
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Just/Unjust actions To deprive anyone of: Personal liberty Property Some things are given by law: the law defines Justice and injustice. It is unjust to violate the legal rights of any one. Natural Legal It is possible that someone is deprived of such rights, because he has forfeited those rights.
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Justice is to follow the law- legal laws = just. “No citizen ought to disobeyed, however bad, no law Each person should obtain that which he deserves: just. Unjust: he/she obtain a good or undergo an evil which he/she does not deserve. In a general way, a person deserves good if
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