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February 17, 2019

La Justicia Como Imparcialidad por Brian Barry

Titulo del libro: La Justicia Como Imparcialidad

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Almost every country in the world today has different religions and different lay conceptions of life. Is there any alternative to the struggle for power that often takes place between them and which can easily lead to repression and even civil war? According to the present book, the solution lies in justice understood as impartiality. Indeed, this theory asserts that principles of justice are those that provide a reasonable basis for the non-forced assent of those who are subject to them. And the aim of the author, in this sense, is to expose this theory, to explain its logical foundations and to respond to the various criticisms of which it has been object. If Theories of Justice - the first volume of A Treatise on Social Justice, whose second installment is this book - explored alternative theories and ended with the assertion of the superiority of justice as fairness, in this case that conclusion is taken as a starting point for To devise an absolutely independent and, in addition, more elaborate and complex theory than the previous one: undoubtedly the best existing study on the problem of equitable distribution and the most sincere critical analysis on the subject. Almost every country in the world today has different Religions and different lay conceptions of life. Is there any alternative to the power struggle that often takes place between them and which can easily lead to repression and even civil war? According to the present book, the solution lies in justice understood as impartiality. Indeed, this theory asserts that principles of justice are those that provide a reasonable basis for the non-forced assent of those who are subject to them. And the aim of the author, in this sense, is to expose this theory, to explain its logical foundations and to respond to the various criticisms of which it has been object. If Theories of Justice - the first volume of The Treatise on Social Justice, whose second installment is this book - explored alternative theories and ended with the assertion of the superiority of justice the fairness, in this case that conclusion is taken as a starting point for To devise an absolutely independent and, in addition, more elaborate and complex theory than the previous one: undoubtedly the best existing study on the problem of equitable distribution and the most sincere critical analysis on the subject.