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Justice: Justice can be understood as the fair and impartial treatment of all people. It is often associated with the law. Some key elements are fairnes, equality, proportionality, accountability. See also Law, Rights, Equality, Impartiality.
Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
Author Item    More concepts for author
Antiphon the Sophist Justice   Antiphon the Sophist
Aristotle Justice   Aristotle
Augustine Justice   Augustine
Barry, Brian Justice   Barry, Brian
Beitz, Charles Justice   Beitz, Charles
Camus, Albert Justice   Camus, Albert
Fraser, Nancy Justice   Fraser, Nancy
Freud, Sigmund Justice   Freud, Anna
Hayek, Friedrich A. von Justice   Hayek, Friedrich A. von
Honneth, Axel Justice   Honneth, Axel
International Political Theory Justice   International Political Theory
Liberalism Justice   Liberalism
Marxism Justice   Marxism
Mill, John Stuart Justice   Mill, John Stuart
Miller, David Justice   Miller, David
Morris, Christopher W. Justice   Morris, Christopher W.
Nietzsche, Friedrich Justice   Nietzsche, Friedrich
Pettit, Philip Justice   Pettit, Philip
Plato Justice   Plato
Rawls, John Justice   Rawls, John
Sidgwick, Henry Justice   Sidgwick, Henry
Socrates Justice   Socrates
Steiner, Hillel Justice   Steiner, Hillel
Thomas Aquinas Justice   Thomas Aquinas
Thrasymachus Justice   Thrasymachus
Waldron, Jeremy Justice   Waldron, Jeremy

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-07-16