justice

  1. the quality of being just or fair
  2. the administration of law; the act of determining rights and assigning rewards or punishments
  3. the federal department responsible for enforcing federal laws (including the enforcement of all civil rights legislation); created in 1870

Justice

When something is fair or just.

Justice

[Dr] Pages and categories related to Paschim Medinipur district. ...
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justice

[n] - the quality of being just or fair 2. [n] - the administration of law
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justice

A goal of political activity and a subject of political enquiry since Plato. The term has been variously defined as fairness, equity, rightness, the equal distribution of resources, and positive...
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Justice

Jus'tice noun [ French, from Latin justitia , from justus just. See Just , adjective ] 1. The quality of being just; conformity to the principles of righteousness and rectitude in all things; strict performance of moral obligations; practical conform...
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Justice

Jus'tice transitive verb To administer justice to. [ Obsolete] Bacon.
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justice

The ethical principle that persons who have similar circumstances and conditions should be treated alike; sometimes known as distributive justice. ... Origin: L. Justitia, fr. Jus, right, law ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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justice

justness noun the quality of being just or fair
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Justice

• (v. t.) To administer justice to. • (a.) The rendering to every one his due or right; just treatment; requital of desert; merited reward or punishment; that which is due to one`s conduct or motives. • (a.) Conformity to truth and reality in expressing opinions and in conduct; fair representation of facts respecting merit or demerit...
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justice

(from the article `law, philosophy of`) ...judicial, and other means of forming, operating, changing, and disrupting the legal order. The fact that men in a given time and place hold ... By the middle of the 20th century, serious scholars no longer argued for or against the exclusive imperium of either the analytical–logical, the ....
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Justice

(from the article `English literature`) ...alone in the brilliance of his comedy. John Galsworthy made use of the theatre in Strife (1909) to explore the conflict between capital and ...
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justice

(from the article `bioethics`) ...that they should aim to do good—i.e., to promote the interests of their patients. The third principle, nonmaleficence, requires that they should ...
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justice

justice 1. The quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness. 2. Lawfulness, as of a claim or title; justness of reason. 3. The moral principle determining just conduct. 4. Conformity to a principle, as manifested in conduct; just conduct, dealing, or treatment. 5. The administering of deserved punishment or reward. 6. T.....
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justice

The virtue of protecting individuals' possessions within the acknowledged rules of conduct.
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Justice

The constant and perpetual disposition to render every man his due. Toullier defines it to be the conformity of our actions and our will to the law. In the most extensive sense of the word, it differs little from virtue, for it includes within itself the whole circle of virtues. Yet the common distinction between them is that that which considered ...
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Justice

fairness. Something which is morally right. The administration of law so as to protect the rights of the person or thing.
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justice

n. 1) fairness. 2) moral rightness. 3) a scheme or system of law in which every person receives his/ her/its due from the system, including all rights, both natural and legal. One problem is that attorneys, judges and legislatures often get caught up more in procedure than in achieving justice for all. Example: the adage "justice delayed is justice...
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justice

Type: Term Pronunciation: jŭs′tis Definitions: 1. The ethical principle that persons who have similar circumstances and conditions should be treated alike; sometimes known as distributive justice.
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justice

the quality of conforming to principles of reason, to generally accepted standards of right and wrong, and to the stated terms of laws, rules, and agreements, etc. in matters affecting persons who could be wronged or unduly favored.
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Justice

The creation of an area of freedom, security and justice (AFSJ) is one of the objectives of the European Union (EU). It is based on Article 3 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and on Article 67 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. In this area with no internal borders, citizens can move about freely. The AFSJ also includes me...
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Justice

[Retd.] Installation view from Bang! at Ambrosino Gallery in March, 2007 ...
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Justice

[Death Note episode] A view of Copernicus crater taken from lunar orbit by Apollo 12. ...
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Justice

[economics] Justice in economics is a subcategory of welfare economics with models frequently representing the ethical-social requirements of a given theory, whether `in the large,` as of a just social order, or `in the small,` as in the equity of `how institutions distribute specific benefits and burdens.` That theory may or may not elicit...
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Justice

[newspaper] Justice was the weekly newspaper of the Social Democratic Federation (SDF) in the United Kingdom. The SDF was originally called the Democratic Federation until January 1884. With the name change, the organisation launched the newspaper. Many issues appeared with the by-line `Organ of the Social Democracy`. The paper was initiall...
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