Starting from Injustice
作者: Naomi Zack
刊名: The Harvard Review of Philosophy, 2017, Vol.24 , pp.79-95
来源数据库: Philosophy Documentation Center
DOI: 10.5840/harvardreview2017679
原始语种摘要: Political philosophers have traditionally focused on justice and regarded equality as an ideal despite its lack of factual support; normative universal human equality is a new, twentieth-century regulative moral construct. The theoretical focus on justice overlooks what most people care about in reality—injustice. In modern democratic society, formal or legal equality now co-exists with real inequality. One reason is that justice is not applied to all groups in society and applicative justice––applying justice to those who don’t now receive it––is a remedy. But injustice theory also includes other forms of injustice such as legal, humanitarian, and injustice without blame or responsibility.
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  • injustice 不公平
  • factual 事实
  • blame 责难
  • modern 现代的
  • equality 相等
  • legal 正当的
  • people 民族
  • humanitarian 人道主义
  • democratic 民主
  • society 组合