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Compensatory Justice and the Problem of Knowledge
Published Sat, Jan 9 2010 3:02 AM | laminustacitus
The concept of coercing those who have indirectly benefited from either racism, or sexism to pay compensation to those who have been negatively effected is a ridiculous legal concept that holds tyrannical potential. However, not only is the program nigh...
A Critique of Rawls: The Unknowable Social Order
Published Tue, Nov 3 2009 6:30 AM | laminustacitus
In A Theory of Justice , John Rawls elucidates a theory of justice that holds two basic principles of justice: 1. each individual is to have equal liberties in a scheme that enables the greatest amount of liberty without encroaching on those of others...
Thoughts on Popper's Theory of All Life as Problem Solving
Published Mon, Jun 29 2009 6:05 PM | laminustacitus
When I first heard of Karl Popper's book All Life as Problem Solving , I though that he would show how all the experiences humanity faces during life can be boiled down to instances of problem solving, but as I have become more intimate with his thought...