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- I believe in justice as an ideal that we strive for and that is what it means to me. The legal system, when looked at closer is not justice but instead – judgment. You can be punished when found guilty, in a number of ways, but who knows if they?re ?fair? punishments, it?s all a matter of opinion.
- ABSTRACT: This paper has a two-fold task. First, I show that there are three types of individuals associated with the Thrasymachean view of society: (a) the many, i.e., the ruled or those exploited individuals who are just and obey the laws of the society; (b) the tyrant or ruler who sets down laws in the society in order to exploit the many for personal advantage; (c) the “stronger” individual (kreittoon) or member of the society who is detached from the many and aspires to become the tyrant.
- Justice. What is justice? In this world where many people look out only for themselves, justice can be considered the happiness of oneself. But because selfish men do not always decide our standards in society, to find a definition, society should look at the opinions of many.
- Justice! Is everything we hear or see just? Can we believe that every judgement the jury of the court in every case that was heard just? No, we cannot say that everything we hear and see is just. Justice is not black and white. “Rigid justice is the greatest injustice” – quote Thomas Fuller.
- They will not covet a neighbors’ goods. And thus they may come to know peace of soul. The injustice of equality 10/15/93 The point of this statement is not to say that envy makes equality.
- Oedipus is not formally charged with any crimes. He does manage however to commit incest, and murder. His father is cursed. The curse states that his son will kill him and marry his wife. These facts are discovered in the introductory, “…if laius , king of thebes, had a son by jocasta, his queen, that son would kill his father and marry his mother.
- Privileges are another reason to fight. If one brother gets to go out until 12 o?clock, the other should have the same curfew. That?s not always the case. An excuse such as he?s older, or he has plans. If they are the same age, or close to it, the curfew should be the same.
- He was just years old.” He had a promising future ahead of him, a loving family. Many of friends will never forget his kindness and loyalty. The police captured the killers. It took the court years to get the death penalty for the murderer of Angel.
- The idea of justice has been very prominent in the readings and discussions that we have had this quarter. The Old Testament and Plato’s Republic both give definitions and ideals of justice, but sometimes these ideas are contrasting or even hypocritical in their respective practices.
- Feminism, the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes, seeks to rectify past injustices and pave the way for the equal advancement of liberty. Its philosophy touches on such concepts as equality among sexes, justice, affirmative action, equal pay, et cetera.
- Justice is like a breath of air: each person is entitled to it, and is born with the right to take it. Definitions can sometimes lack the true meaning of a term. For example, justice has a different meaning to each person. The Webster Dictionary defines justice as: Conformity to truth and reality in expressing opinions and in conduct; fair representation of facts respecting merit or demerit; honesty; fidelity; impartiality; as, the justice of a description or of a judgment; historical justice.
- Our reasoning, sprite, and natural wants are all part of human natural. In the book 1 of The Republic, Plato had several detailed discussion of the nature of justice with other speakers in a dialogue form. In the process of discussion involves Socrates? questioning, arguing against various inadequate theory that attempts to define the true meaning of Justice.
- David Cole wrote, “our criminal justice system affirmatively depends on inequality” (5). Cole has substantial grounds for making this statement. Race and class have long been issues in the criminal justice system, but does the system “affirmatively depend on inequality?
- In An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals, Hume speaks about the relationship between justice and utility and its connection to sentiment humanity and the ability to make moral distinctions. He first establishes the existence of justice in the world and then observes and analyzes its relationship to utility.
- Restorative Justice is an intellectual rather than an emotional approach to criminal justice. It is an avenue of reform that is comparable to an infant in its evolution. Medically we still are exploring the human brain and the linkages in it that create morality, reciprocity, and aggression.
- Introduction To say female incarceration is rising is an understatement, says Emily Edwards, director ofCleveland s Women s Re-entry Resource Network. It s exploding. In 1997, more women werearrested, convicted, and sent to prison than ever before. Female offenders made up 6.
- J. Dylan Beazley teacher: T. Parrish mid-term 03/05/01 Justice is harder to maintain than injustice, which is what good men must strive for, regardless of whether they could be unjust and still be rewarded. Justice is a form of goodness. Justice is a virtue, a human excellence.
- The American criminal-justice system, writes Georgetown law professor David Cole, has effectively become a two-tiered system, with differing levels of regard depending on the race or class of a given citizen who comes into contact with it. The thousands of African Americans who have been confronted by law-enforcement agents nationwide for “fitting the description” of alleged perpetrators would likely agree, but, according to Cole, it isn’t just the cops that operate this way; judges, prosecutors, juries, and legislators are equally at fault.
- Justice, for the great Greek philosophers of ancient times and even for the great philosophers of today, is a controversial issue and has been up for immense discussion and review. The nature of justice and injustice has been stated and reviewed many times, however, the origin of the reviewing comes from the Greek Thrasymachus, who’s thesis is later reviewed and modified by Glaucon.