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ID number:358792
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Published: 21.07.2005.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Justice. A term used as means to bring light to societal and cultural norms, has been an issue of deliberation for several centuries. Philosophers have long debated over what justice is and how it should be applied. Philosophers such as Plato view justice as being a matter of knowledge; being aware of the good creates an implication to do good. Others, such as Glaucon view justice as a legally enforced compromise between doing injustice to others and having injustice done unto oneself. Basically this means fair treatment or moral rightness should be seen as a compromise between doing w…

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