Do We Live in a Just World or is it a World we must make Just?
Using the short essay from the Santa Clara Makkula Institute of Ethics page
https://www.scu.edu/ethics/ethics-resources/ethica…Comparison and Contrast-Essay Read from Bertrand Russell’s Why I am not a Christian and compare and contrast his concerns with CS Lewis’s essay.
Write a compare and contrast essay using at least two of the Chapter Reading sources to compare and contrast the idea of justice as used by at least two of the chapters from our iBook, to the notion of a “just world” perspective described in the article above. Sometimes the best arguments begin with a definition-do the both of the authors of the iBook texts agree on the definition of justice? Does justice mean the same thing as “fairness?” Are these definitions established by a sacred or religious text or is the definition offered by the author a secular one or modern version? How are the standards of justice or fairness adjudicated? By a God of vengeance or jealousy or wrath or kindness or mercy and compassion? Or by some human standards established by folk or tribal traditions or a democratic judiciary based on more modern thinking about the standards of justice?
* APA style format with citations.
* 3 Pages
* try to make it clear and simple.
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