From social to cyber justice: critical views on justice, law, and ethics

Porto Alegre: PUCRS (2018)
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The book contains critical analyses of injustice in connection to law and ethics, and develops normative alternatives linked to justice. It covers the relevant issues from social justice to cyber justice. The chapters address issues and concepts which guideline on social innovations, transformations inherent in democratizing processes, global conflicts and other interactions, including the ultimate danger of escalation to war conflicts, be they conventional wars or new cyberwars.--From publisher's website.

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Nythamar De Oliveira
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul
Marek Hrubec
Charles University, Prague

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