Albany Law Review 67:167-209 (2003)
|Abstract||“A logical analysis of the idea of justice would seem to be a very hazardous business. Indeed, among all evocative ideas, that of justice appears to be one of the most eminent and the most hopelessly confused.” –Chaïm Perelman1 I. INTRODUCTION One difficult question that political and moral thinkers have grappled with is how to limit justice.2 We have a tendency to see justice as potentially applicable to almost any circumstance in which values are somehow involved with interpersonal behavior.3 Yet in our contemporary parlance it does not seem appropriate to use the language of justice in all such situations. While there may be significant disagreement over which situations are appropriate for the use of the concept, there does appear to be some agreement..|
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