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Justice: A Comprehensive Exploration

“Remove justice, and what are kingdoms, but gangs of criminals on a large scale.” – Saint Augustine Justice: A Comprehensive Exploration Introduction The concept of justice has been at the forefront of political philosophy for centuries, dating back to the time of Plato. Derived from the Latin word ‘justicia,’ meaning joining or fitting, justice plays ...

Concept of Rights

Rights: Meaning, Types, Generations and Theories

Rights are the fundamental entitlements and freedoms that individuals possess, often protected by laws or societal norms, ensuring their autonomy and well-being. These include civil, political, economic, and social rights. Introduction Rights are the fundamental building blocks of a just and equitable society. They are more than just legal concepts; they are the bedrock upon ...

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