A common law rule (sometimes called due process) requiring a procedurally fair hearing and an unbiased decision in government and some private decision-making.
The essential nature of deciding justice
Injustice is first of all the impact it has, it is a deciding moment for the rest of your life.
It is the worst thing that you can experience.
Only then, at that moment you can feel what is happening.
Injustice is a feeling impossible to put into words.
There has to be a balance in the decision making – a fair procedure – to avoid possible mistakes
It is hard to answer the question what justice requires.
It is very hard to argue about justice without first to argue about the purpose.
16 okt. 2011
Al Jazeera’s Tony Harris interviews Professor Michael Sandel of Harvard University, Boston whose courses have become an international phenomenon.
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What is Justice?
Michael Sandel 2011 Al Jazeera Interview
Al Jazeera’s Tony Harris interviews Professor Michael Sandel of Harvard University, Boston whose courses have become an international phenomenon. Sandel talks about
What is justice,
What is right and what is wrong and
How it is connected to the concept of freedom.
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What is justice?
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Is justice the same wherever you go in the world?
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Do we have an intuitive sense of what’s right and what’s wrong?
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The unfairness in economy
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A lack of serious debate about moral issues
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Sandel’s thought about the “Arab Spring”
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The growing gap between rich and poors
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Does Sandel see the potential for poor people in America to rise up?
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What means to think critically?
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Sandel’s judgement on the American policy in the world after 9/11?
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Michael Sandel at Harvard
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Michael Sandel on wikipedia
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Justice with Michael Sandel (online courses)
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