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  • Natural Justice And Dicey's Rule Of Law
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    HOW FAR WOULD YOU AGREE THAT THE PRINCIPAL OBJECT OF THE LAW IS THE PURSUIT OF JUSTICE To determine the significance of justice in any legal system it is necessary to identify the two central issues, which have to be taken into consideration when discussing law and justice. The first is the theoretical differences on the definition of justice and secondly; the law has been lined with many other objectives. Certainly there is a connection between the ideas of law and justice. For instance, we tal...
  • Plato's Own Concept Of Justice
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    In his philosophy Plato gives a prominent place to the idea of justice. Plato was highly dissatisfied with the prevailing degenerating conditions in Athens. The amateur meddlesome ness and excessive individualism became main targets of Plato's attack. This attack came in the form of the construction of an ideal society in which justice reigned supreme, since Plato believed justice to be the remedy for curing these evils and thus, a useful and necessary part of society. However, he had his own id...
  • Beitzs Possibility Of A Cosmopolitan International Morality
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    To What Extent Can Beitz's Claim For A 'cosmopolitan International Morality' Be Sustained The main difference between Beitz and other moral cosmopolitan ists such as John Rawls (whos work Beitz based much of his theory on) is that he extends the moral cosmopolitan theory (previously confined to the domestic realm) to that of an international realm. Beitz argues that a suitable principle can be justified by analogy with the justification given by Rawls in a Theory of Justice for an intrastate dis...
  • Socrates Social Political Theory
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    In my opinion, Socrates analysis of the human natural is very true as it ultimately brings us his definition of Justice. I agree with his theory of the human natural but not his social-political theory. But In order to understand Plato theory of human natural and his social-political theory. However, we must examine each one of them closely. Plato believed that no one is self sufficient enough to live individually. Human beings are not created equally; some of us are born wiser then the rest or ...
  • Labor Services Of Other People
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    Distributive Justice in a Pure Service Economy -- 1. The Pure Service Economy Imagine a society in which goods are superabundant, but in which services remain scarce. That is, property narrowly conceived is virtually there for the taking, but the labor services of other people most decidedly are not. Now such a situation would hardly be a utopia: for some of the things most essential to life - surgery for example - would still be scarce. It follows that the only thing that would cost something w...

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