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  • Rawl's Scenario Base Of Principles
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    Phil. 104 Word Count: Take Home Exam # 1: Essay-2 John Rawls never claimed to know the only way to start a society, but he did suggest a very sound and fair way to do so. He based his just scenario on two principles of justice. His first principle of justice was that everyone should have the same rights as others. His following policy decision was that in the event of any inequalities, they should be to the benefit to everybody, and available to all people in the society. This original Rawl's ap...
  • Social Services Branch Of Society
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    Life On Planet Fuji My name is Christi. I was born February 17, 1999. And I know I have been separated from my immediate family and selected to begin a new society on planet Fuji. I, along with four other children, was chosen to develop our new society into something livable. Our goal is a peaceful cohesive environment. I realize the opportunity I have to continue humanity is greater than mourning any losses; however, I will never forget the life I left behind. I have already shed many emotional...
  • Good Suggestion Of Montesquieu's Aims
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    'I ask a favour that I fear will not be granted; it is that one not judge by a moment's reading the work of twenty years, that one approve or condemn the book as a whole and not some few sentences. If one wants to seek the design of the author, one can find it only in the design of the work. ' (Montesquieu 1989: preface) The Spirit of the Laws took Montesquieu twenty years to write and was first published in Geneva in 1748. It was distributed freely, without the hindrance of censorship and deeme...
  • Fairness And Restitution
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    What is Justice? The powers that be, including, politicians, police, clergymen etc. would have us believe that Justice is found in our laws. We should all believe that a judge and jury are the perfect tool to illuminate what is fair in every situation. And because of that we should all obey the laws of society and leave the enforcing of those laws up to the court system. Well I have seen the lie in this philosophy too many times to accept it as truth. Justice can be defined in many ways. The sim...
  • Law Enforcement
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    PS 241 Professor Lees 10-31-00 Components Of Law In class, we broke components of law up into four categories. System of social norms on which laws are based, a group empowered to enforce the laws, a legitimate system of enforcement, and a system for interpreting the law. Throughout this essay I'll divide up these categories, and give examples of each of them. A system of social norms on which laws are based, generally determine what is good or bad in a society. Legalization of alcohol consumpti...
  • Civil Law Society
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    Over the many years of man's existence, he has constantly evolved to better fit and survive in his surroundings. There are many aspects to his evolution that can be seen through his actions, his thoughts and his beliefs, to name a few. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines anthropology as the science of human beings. The focus on this paper will be the anthropological aspect dealing with the nature of human beings. The nature of human beings can be seen in many aspects of his being. One of thes...
  • Road Laws
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    Try to imagine our society without any laws? Just stepping outside your door would expose you to a large range of potential dangers. Without any laws keeping out theft, any would-be criminal could try to assault you. Worse still, strangers could try to attack or injure you physically and mentally. The world is already in so much dilemma and sorrow, if we didn't have laws in Australia, our country dubbed as the 'lucky country' would be uncivilized. The reasons we have law is to provide safety for...
  • Set Of Personal Laws
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    In Emerson's "Self-Reliance" essay, he is describing his belief that each individual should set their own standards of right and wrong determined by there personality, without the influence of society. In this particular passage, he is suggesting there are two categories or "confessionals", in which one individual can base there daily decisions on. "You may fulfill your round of duties by clearing yourself in the direct or, in the reflex way". The direct way, is by upholding law and duties becau...

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