What is Justice - What is Justice By Garrett Justice can be...

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What is Justice By Garrett Justice can be defined as the concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, fairness, and equity. In Mexico City, when asked the question what justice means, a response like, “it would be the weak ruling over the strong” would not be uncommon. However, if justice is looked at as moral rightness based on certain aspects of a society, or certain aspects of an individual, is it truly possible for justice to mean one having superior power over another. Since justice can be looked at as moral rightness, if the weak rule of the strong, does this really imitate moral rightness. Is it morally right for one to have noticeable power over others. If justice is moral rightness based on law and natural law, then society determines some of the factors in what it is to be just. Since society determines some of the factors of moral rightness, the other factors such as ethics, rationality, fairness and equity would need to be determined at an individual level. Is it rational and fair then, on
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course SCIENCE 101 taught by Professor Teacher during the Spring '11 term at Las Positas College.

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