This Is Justice

Author: Robert Carson, Jr.
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1615662480
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A body mysteriously surfacing in a river. The deadly effects of domestic violence. These are just a few of the things Robert Carson has seen during his years as a member of the Scott County Sherriff's department's K-9 unit.

What Is Justice

Author: Hans Kelsen
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520019256
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The Transcendental Character of Divine Justice ne of the most important
elements of Christian religion is the idea that justice is an essential quality of God
. Since God is the absolute, his justice must be absolute justice, that is to say,
eternal and unchangeable. Only a religion whose deity is supposed to be just
can play a role in social life. To attribute justice to the deity in order to make
religion applicable to human relations implies a certain tendency of rationalizing
something which, ...

Justice

Author: Michael Sandel
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1846142806
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Is killing sometimes morally required? Is the free market fair? It is sometimes wrong to tell the truth? What is justice, and what does it mean? These and other questions are at the heart of Michael Sandel's Justice.

Is Justice Possible

Author: J. Paul Nyquist
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 0802495109
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At its core, this is a book about an attribute of God. Rather than rely on our own ideas of justice, we must look to the One who made us and embodies justice perfectly. Only then can we pursue justice in purposeful, effective, eternal ways.

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Author: Roger Hinterthuer
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491778822
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Curiosity got the best of him and when he picked it up it exploded, killing him instantly. This is the true story of the investigation of his murder and numerous other related murders which occurred over a fifteen year span.

Justice Without Borders

Author: Kok-Chor Tan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521542326
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From the cosmopolitan perspective, principles of justice ought to transcend
nationality and citizenship, and ought to apply equally to all individuals of the
world as a whole. In short, cosmopolitan justice is justice without borders. On one
cosmopolitan interpretation, this impartiality with respect to nationality and
citizenship applies also to distributive justice in that a person's legitimate material
entitlements are to be determined independently of her national and state
membership (e.g., ...

The Elements Of Social Justice Routledge Revivals

Author: L. T. Hobhouse
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135228213
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Justice is a name to which every knee will bow. Equality is a word which many
fear and detest. Yet the just was rightly declared by Aristotle to be a form of the
equal. How is this difference of authority to be explained? What is justice in a
community, and assuming that by the term we mean the right ordering of human
relations, what is its true connection with equality? Before we can answer that
question we must know what equality means. What is intended when the term is
used of ...

Morality And Justice

Author: John-Stewart Gordon
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1461633826
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WHAT IS JUSTICE? Boylan's analysis of justice begins with the obvious question
of what is justice. He advances his analysis of justice from a discussion
concerning the individual point of view based on the Personal Worldview
Imperative to the social and communal point of view based on the Shared
Community Worldview Imperative (2004, 138). The Personal Worldview
Imperative (PWI) states that, All people must develop a single comprehensive
and internally coherent worldview ...