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Justice and Morality 20 chapitres

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  • 1

    Introduction

  • 2

    How to conceive of a truly just society when you are from a privileged background?

  • 3

    Why did she want to become Jewish?

  • 4

    How can a justice system be compassionate and impartial?

  • 5

    How much can one rely on compassion in giving a verdict?

  • 6

    Does empathy matter for a judge?

  • 7

    The distinction between anger and disgust

  • 8

    Is disgust pertinent to law?

  • 9

    Case analysis: what is the reasonable provocation defense?

  • 10

    What does she think about fundamentalism?

  • 11

    Case analysis: balancing compelling state interest and freedom of religion

  • 12

    Teen pregnancy: to what extent should the parents have a say?

  • 13

    On the necessity for a dialogue between local partiality and respect for human kind

  • 14

    Should humans police the animal world to protect it?

  • 15

    What does the capabilities approach say about abortion?

  • 16

    What to do about sex selection aimed at preventing the birth of girls?

  • 17

    On politician rare references to philosophers

  • 18

    Is moral philosophy really useful?

  • 19

    Is the consequentialist approach valid in politics?

  • 20

    What exactly is the meaning of life?