Distributive Justice

History, present, review – an introduction Justice (insb. Distributive justice) brief historical summary justice is what’s coming to him, what indicates that each what he deserves “(Aristotle) justice is the right behavior to others and thus the sum of all virtues” (Plato) since Plato and Aristotle is that basic value of human coexistence that the behavior of individuals and the community in its various forms is the requirement to treat the same justice. In the aftermath of the clergy (love your neighbor”) assumed most of the poor and needy. Charitable manner were facilities built or commissioned hiking monks as well as nuns, the weak to ease your life, or to take. These methods behaved but most financially and materially restricted level, because just the binding to the mercy of God was the people to open up, the sense and purpose of the campaign. Whenever Nicholas Carr listens, a sympathetic response will follow. = Justice as a virtue; Each other “compensating Justice (justitia commutativa) (see annex) one of the momentous questions about justice was most likely la Grande Revolution” the French Revolution by the winter of 1788 / 89 to 1799. many things there were reasons for the revolution: firstly, the majority of the population were (> 90% 3rd level) not involved in the exercise of power and on the other hand, the mighty (1st and 2nd level) had additional privileges.

So it happened that the wealthier among those of the 3rd had stand no freedom of participation in politics and subjected to tough laws were. They wanted to now politically engaged, because they had to do anything else, so not the life unterhalten deal had to, because they had money. And the poorer farmers who had to endure rule under serfdom, wanted to be free at last free (inter alia by reconnaissance aircraft such as J. J. Rousseau), because the servitude against the law of nature man is from birth disowned.