Justice in Love

Justice in Love

Author: Nicholas Wolterstorff

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 9780802872944

Category: Religion

Page: 306

View: 841

Categories: Religion

Mr Love and Justice

Mr Love and Justice

In this thought provoking and humorous tale, Colin MacInnes writes with an authenticity which only an intimate knowledge of the seamier side of life can deliver.

Author: Colin MacInnes

Publisher: Allison & Busby

ISBN: 9780749012007

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 232

‘I’d say they’re making money out of love – or out of sex, at any rate. And personally, darling, I consider love as sacred: the one and only really sacred thing that’s left: and if you make money out of that, then you’re destructive and should be destroyed.’ Frankie Love, new to the business of crime, seems to run his illegal life on strictly fair principles. Meanwhile Edward Justice, recently appointed member of the vice squad, finds his upholding of the law complicated by love for his girl. In London’s world of corruption and crime, where does the line between justice and immorality really lie? Love is travestied in the activities of the prostitute, justice mocked in the procedure of the vice squad. In this thought provoking and humorous tale, Colin MacInnes writes with an authenticity which only an intimate knowledge of the seamier side of life can deliver.
Categories: Fiction

Judgments of Love in Criminal Justice

Judgments of Love in Criminal Justice

However, if you formulate hundreds of the same international treaties with the
leadership of the norm of love for equal humanity, truth, justice, and
understanding of the poverty of men, including the value of the substance of
human nature, this ...

Author: Farhad Malekian

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319469003

Category: Law

Page: 340

View: 464

This volume is a new chapter in the future history of law. Its general perspective could not be more original and its critical ethical edge on the state of international law could not be timelier. It explores a compassionate philosophical approach to the genuine substance of law, criminal procedure, international criminal law and international criminal justice. It divides law into three interrelated disciplines, i.e. legality, morality and love. The norm love is derived from human reason for man’s advancement and the securing of natural law. It is more than a mere mandatory norm. Its goal is to generate a normative and positive, powerful result, therefore avoiding any impurity that may exist in the application of other norms because of political or juridical pressures - a one-eyed justice. The norm love also renders justice with the principles of legal accountability, transparency and the high moral, authentic values of humanity. The notion of justice cannot be trusted in the absence of the norm love. The volume indicates the conditions of its efficiency by proving the reasons for its existence in the context of fairness, objectivity and concern for all individuals and entities. The concept of the norm love should be the core academic corpus for lecturing law in all faculties of law. It is simply the enlightenment of the 21st century. A lawyer with requisite knowledge and skill is not a lawyer if he cannot understand that the law does not need a lawyer with ethical competence in its provisions for income purposes but one with knowledge of its essence for the advanced morality of justice and the sheer essence of love for justice.
Categories: Law

Love Justice and Education

Love  Justice  and Education

Perhaps goodness is at its heart a humane drive for integrity, justice, and love
an axiomatic value vital to a robust human condition. Nevertheless, we were
continuously pushed and pulled in and out of acquisitiveness. Admittedly, we ...

Author: William H. Schubert

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781617352577

Category: Education

Page: 285

View: 316

Love, Justice, and Education by William H. Schubert brings to life key ideas in the work of John Dewey and their relevance for the world today. He does this by imagining continuation of a highly evocative article that Dewey published in the New York Times in 1933. Dewey wrote from the posture of having visited Utopia. Schubert begins each of thirty short chapters with a phrase or sentence from Dewey's article, in response to which a continuous flow of Utopians consider what is necessary for educational and social reform among Earthlings. Schubert encourages the Utopians, who have studied Earthling practices and literatures, to recommend from their experience what Earthlings need for educational and social reform and how they can address obstacles to that reform. The Utopians speak to myriad implications of Dewey's report by drawing upon a wide range of philosophical, literary, and educational ideas including many of Dewey's other writings. Their central message is that loving relationships and empathic dedication to social justice are necessary for educational reform that responds wholeheartedly to learner needs and interests. True to Dewey's original position, such education must be built upon social reform that works to overcome acquisitive society based on greed: the principal impediment to realizing human potential, democratic society, and educational relationships that enhance it. To overcome the debilitating acquisitiveness that plagues Earth is the challenge for educators and all human beings who seek to involve the young in composing their lives and cultivating a world of integrity, beauty, justice, love, and continuously evolving capacities of humanity.
Categories: Education

Love Power and Justice

Love  Power  and Justice

Speaking with understanding and force, Tillich offers a basic analysis of love, power, justice, and all concepts fundamental in the mutual relations of people, of social groups, and of humankind to God.

Author: Paul Tillich

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195002229

Category: Music

Page: 127

View: 873

Speaking with understanding and force, Tillich offers a basic analysis of love, power, justice, and all concepts fundamental in the mutual relations of people, of social groups, and of humankind to God. His concern is to penetrate to the essential, or ontological foundation of the meaning of each of these words.
Categories: Music

A Common Humanity

A Common Humanity

Drawing on the work of Hannah Arendt, Simon Weil, Primo Levi, George Orwell, Iris Murdoch and Sigmund Freud, Gaita creates a beautifully written and provocative new picture of our common humanity.

Author: Raimond Gaita

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135199166

Category: Philosophy

Page: 328

View: 549

The Holocaust and attempts to deny it, racism, murder, the case of Mary Bell. How can we include these and countless other examples of evil within our vision of a common humanity? These painful human incongruities are precisely what Raimond Gaita boldly harmonizes in his powerful new book, A Common Humanity. Hatred with forgiveness, evil with love, suffering with compassion, and the mundane with the precious. Gaita asserts that our conception of humanity cannot be based upon the empty language of individual rights when it is our shared feelings of grief, hope, love, guilt, shame and remorse that offer a more potent foundation for common understanding. Drawing on the work of Hannah Arendt, Simon Weil, Primo Levi, George Orwell, Iris Murdoch and Sigmund Freud, Gaita creates a beautifully written and provocative new picture of our common humanity.
Categories: Philosophy

Justice

Justice

their neglect of justice while enforcing laws . showed justice , mercy and
faithfulness as weightier matters of the law 32 Jesus " the Justice and Love The
God presented in the Bible is a God of both justice and love . One of the purposes
of ...

Author: T. M. Thomas

Publisher: University Press of Amer

ISBN: UOM:39015014211992

Category: Political Science

Page: 391

View: 535

This book is a study of the concept of justice from interdisciplinary and global perspectives. Comprised of a dozen original articles, the book discusses various meanings of justiceóthe Greek, the biblical and the modern. Includes philosophical, religious and ethical explorations of justice. Also, the perspectives of several disciplines in the areas of humanities and social sciences, such as literature, fine arts, history, political science, economics, psychology, sociology and law are employed in this study, enabling the reader to obtain a scholarly understanding of the subject in great breadth. Selected instances of injustices found in some parts of the world and between certain groups are discussed and these include the conditions in the Middle East and the Soviet Union, as well as the relationship between sexes. Problems and issues are discussed from a global perspective.
Categories: Political Science

Love Justice and Autonomy

Love  Justice  and Autonomy

Special attention is paid to the ensuing challenge of understanding and respecting the lovers' personal autonomy in all three contexts. Accordingly, the essays in this volume are divided into three thematic sections.

Author: Rachel Fedock

Publisher: Routledge Studies in Ethics an

ISBN: 0367332647

Category: Philosophy

Page: 364

View: 849

Philosophers have long been interested in love and its general role in morality. This volume focuses on and explores the complex relation between love and justice as it appears within loving relationships, between lovers and their wider social context, and the broader political realm. Special attention is paid to the ensuing challenge of understanding and respecting the lovers' personal autonomy in all three contexts. Accordingly, the essays in this volume are divided into three thematic sections. Section I aims at shedding further light on conceptual and practical issues concerning the compatibility or incompatibility of love and justice within relationships of love. For example, are loving relations inherently unjust? Might love require justice? Or do love and justice belong to distinct moral domains? The essays in Section II consider the relation between the lovers on the one hand and their broader societal environment on the other. Specifically, how exactly are love and impartiality related? Are they compatible or not? Is it unjust to favor one's beloved? Finally, Section III looks at the political dimensions of love and justice. How, for instance, do various accounts of love inform how we are to relate to our fellow citizens? If love is taken to play an important role in fostering or hindering the development of personal autonomy, what are the political implications that need to be addressed, and how? In addressing these questions, this book engenders a better understanding both of conceptual and practical issues regarding the relation between love, justice, and autonomy as well as their broader societal and political implications. It will be of interest to advanced students and scholars working on the philosophy of love from ethical, political, and psychological angles.
Categories: Philosophy

Simplicity Love and Justice

Simplicity Love and Justice

Presents a discussion course on simpler living that is designed to: work out the relationship between our faith and our lifestyle; gain a biblical understanding of the issues involved in simplicity; become more familiar with the social and ...

Author: James Odgers

Publisher: Alpha International

ISBN: 1904074634

Category:

Page:

View: 641

Presents a discussion course on simpler living that is designed to: work out the relationship between our faith and our lifestyle; gain a biblical understanding of the issues involved in simplicity; become more familiar with the social and global context within which we are living; and develop community and support.
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NO Justice in LOve

NO Justice in LOve

About Notebook If you love someone like your self give him the Gift to love You toothe life is very short , but the love is ower spirit You'll learn how to open yourself up, and you'll develop the courage to say and hear that necessary word ...

Author: rings true

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798628819555

Category:

Page: 120

View: 508

About Notebook If you love someone like your self give him the Gift to love You toothe life is very short , but the love is ower spirit You'll learn how to open yourself up, and you'll develop the courage to say and hear that necessary word, "no." You'll learn how to love. And you'll learn that love is not enough. Journal with good design for you .this notebook a great place to keep track of your class Size: 12.52 x 9.25 - 120 Pages HobbyBook Feedback: If there any problems. please contact me Thank you for understanding
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Love Science and Social Justice

Love  Science  and Social Justice

Whatever the settlers might achieve in the way of service to the poor Scudder
considered a fortunate product of the act of resettlement itself ; whatever they
represented of a new ideal of society , of justice , , equality and simplicity , was a
 ...

Author: Thomas Marshall Todd

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951001115411A

Category: Social reformers

Page: 1740

View: 160

Categories: Social reformers

Reading Autoethnography

Reading Autoethnography

As such, this book will be of interest to those who have a burgeoning interest in autoethnography and seasoned autoethnographers alike; anyone interested in critical qualitative inquiry as a discourse promoting justice and love; and any ...

Author: James M. Salvo

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351721158

Category: Social Science

Page: 146

View: 765

Reading Autoethnography situates autoethnographic insights within the context of two fundamental concerns of critical qualitative inquiry: justice and love. Through philosophical engagement, it gives close readings of written passages taken from leading autoethnographers and frames the philosophical project of autoethnography as one that is both political and interpersonal. It does this to highlight how autoethnographic lessons can allow us to think through how we may achieve a flourishing for all — something that is both related to justice as it pertains to the political, and when situations are in excess of justice, related to love as it pertains to feeling at home in the world with others. As such, this book will be of interest to those who have a burgeoning interest in autoethnography and seasoned autoethnographers alike; anyone interested in critical qualitative inquiry as a discourse promoting justice and love; and any scholar who has encountered the ethical question of: "What ought we do?"
Categories: Social Science

If I Could Write

If I Could Write

This heightens justice's own awareness of the love that must exist within itself for
it could not have been possible otherwise for love to love freely without doing an
injustice to justice ! Love too gains a heightened understanding of the sense of ...

Author: Shabbir Banoobhai

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105215141321

Category: Ramadan

Page: 136

View: 553

Categories: Ramadan

Justice

Justice

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: LCCN:91153658

Category:

Page: 10

View: 201

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Links and clues by Vita

Links and clues  by Vita

Victoria Alexandrina M.L. Gregory (hon., lady Welby-). The Light of Love . as love
; whom for that very reason we may trust utterly and wholly . LOVE AND JUSTICE
. Love and Justice . Is justice apart from love , or an integral element in it ?

Author: Victoria Alexandrina M.L. Gregory (hon., lady Welby-)

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590440270

Category:

Page:

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Zealous Love

Zealous Love

Authors Mike and Danae Yankoski have written just what Christians need to integrate compassion and justice into their lives. “Our hope,” they write, “is that God will work through this book … to help direct your life so that you can ...

Author: Mike and Danae Yankoski

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310565581

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 480

Christians who are passionate about helping others—but aren’t sure where or how to focus their energy—will find much to love about Zealous Love. Authors Mike and Danae Yankoski have written just what Christians need to integrate compassion and justice into their lives. “Our hope,” they write, “is that God will work through this book … to help direct your life so that you can act on tangible concern for neighbors in need, both globally and locally. That’s the prayer knit into every sentence, every word, of Zealous Love.” Zealous Love introduces eight of the world’s most pressing challenges: hunger, unclean water, HIV/AIDS, creation degradation, lack of education, economic inequality, refugees, and human trafficking. But it does more than educate. It provides real, practical, do-able steps anyone can take to help make a difference.
Categories: Religion

Muslims and Christians Debate Justice and Love

Muslims and Christians Debate Justice and Love

This book seeks to elucidate the concept of justice, not so much as it is expressed in law courts (retributive and procedural justice) or in state budgets (distributive justice), but as primary justice - what it means and how it can be ...

Author: David L Johnston

Publisher:

ISBN: 1781799369

Category: Christianity and justice

Page:

View: 912

"This book seeks to elucidate the concept of justice, not so much as it is expressed in law courts (retributive and procedural justice) or in state budgets (distributive justice), but as primary justice - what it means and how it can be grounded in the inalienable rights that each human being possesses qua human being. It draws inspiration from two recent works of philosopher Nicolas Wolterstorff, but also from the groundbreaking Islamic initiative of 2007, the Common Word Letter addressed by 138 eminent Muslim scholars and clerics to the pope and all Christian leaders. This document affirmed that the two highest commandments in both Judaism and Christianity are also at the heart of the Islamic tradition - love of God and love of neighbor. In a style that lends itself to the classroom and beyond, the book's six chapters all begin with a case study of justice, so as to emphasize that justice must also be embodied in righteous social, political and economic practices. Along the way, leading contemporary scholars and activists from both traditions urge the reader - Muslim, Christian, or whatever - to look afresh at an age-old conundrum: how do justice and love interact so as to create a world in which everyone finds his or her rightful place?"--
Categories: Christianity and justice

Love Justice and Autonomy

Love  Justice  and Autonomy

Special attention is paid to the ensuing challenge of understanding and respecting the lovers’ personal autonomy in all three contexts. Accordingly, the essays in this volume are divided into three thematic sections.

Author: Rachel Fedock

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000328493

Category: Philosophy

Page: 368

View: 157

Philosophers have long been interested in love and its general role in morality. This volume focuses on and explores the complex relation between love and justice as it appears within loving relationships, between lovers and their wider social context, and the broader political realm. Special attention is paid to the ensuing challenge of understanding and respecting the lovers’ personal autonomy in all three contexts. Accordingly, the essays in this volume are divided into three thematic sections. Section I aims at shedding further light on conceptual and practical issues concerning the compatibility or incompatibility of love and justice within relationships of love. For example, are loving relations inherently unjust? Might love require justice? Or do love and justice belong to distinct moral domains? The essays in Section II consider the relation between the lovers on the one hand and their broader societal environment on the other. Specifically, how exactly are love and impartiality related? Are they compatible or not? Is it unjust to favor one’s beloved? Finally, Section III looks at the political dimensions of love and justice. How, for instance, do various accounts of love inform how we are to relate to our fellow citizens? If love is taken to play an important role in fostering or hindering the development of personal autonomy, what are the political implications that need to be addressed, and how? In addressing these questions, this book engenders a better understanding both of conceptual and practical issues regarding the relation between love, justice, and autonomy as well as their broader societal and political implications. It will be of interest to advanced students and scholars working on the philosophy of love from ethical, political, and psychological angles.
Categories: Philosophy