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The examples used in this section show beyond any reasonable doubt that the application of the princ

The examples used in this section show beyond any reasonable doubt that the application of the princ

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The examples used in this section show beyond any reasonable doubt that the application of the  principles of justice to concrete cases will always be dependent on the  particular circumstances  that  are involved. For instance, what is considered to be just and right in matters pertaining to  private  property  is determined by a number of different factors. Whether the property has been inherited,  acquired by fraudulent means, needed for the satisfaction of debts, used in a manner that is  detrimental to the interests of others, or subject to many other considerations are all matters which  must be taken into account. Laws concerning property have been made solely for the purpose of  meeting the needs of people, but because of changing conditions, this purpose has never been  completely realized. In order to make progress toward that goal, it has been necessary to change the 
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