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Justice means the quality of being right and fair in behaviour and treatment. In law, it implies a proper balance achieved between the ability of the defendant to establish innocence and the ability of the prosecutor to establish guilt. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you justice. It clearly explains the sources of justice like the religion, nature and ethics. It analyzes legal justice. It throws light on the nature of legal justice: ‘Justice in the legal sphere consists not only in an efficient administration of law, but it postulates that law itself should embody human values according to the prevailing social consciousness. If law does not reflect the changing social values, it will turn out to be a dead weight on the wheels of social progress, only to be discarded in a violent overthrow.’ It appraises political justice. It sheds light on the nuances of political justice: ‘First, political justice refers to the transformation of political institutions, political processes and political rights according to the current conception of justice.’ It discusses economic justice. It casts light on the intricacy of economic justice: ‘Economic justice is restrictedly used to record human relations in the economic sphere in order to eliminate the exploitation of the vulnerable sections of society. It is also invoked to examine the relations between the employer and the worker, between the trader and the consumer, between the landlord and the tenant, between the moneylender and the borrower, and in short, between the oppressor and the oppressed.’ It discusses social justice. It highlights the character of social justice: ‘Social justice exists when the social life is rearranged and reordered in such a manner that the benefits of social effort are accrued to the masses to ensure the rapid development of the underprivileged classes in society.’

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001120817194
    • ISBN:  9781370340385

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