So do you believe justice is objective? If so, how do you define justice?
How do you define math? If it's objective then there should be some similarities.
Huh? I am confused. Do you think justice is subjective or objective?
Justice is only justice if it's objective, math is only math if it's objective.Now, what makes math objective?
Math is based on a set of universally agreed to principles, such as 2+2=4. No one debates that. I think justice is different. People debate what constitutes justice. For example, Christians believe in God's justice. But that is based on the opinion that we should live according to God. Or, there is environmental justice, which asserts we shouldn't destroy nature. But like Christian justice, that is based on a set of opinions, such as we shouldn't destroy nature. Or there is political justice, which tends promote equality. But that's based on the opinion that everyone should have equal access to everything. So if justice must be objective to exist, and if it is clearly subjective, then I guess justice does not exist.
Actually those principles aren't universally agreed, they are conditional.If you want a number of properties you pick the principles that give those properties.Same for justice. Understand the principles you want and stick to them, make sure they are internally consistent.You agree with such if you think justice can't be fickle.
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