Student Name FORMTEXT J.J LutherStudent Number FORMTEXT 22265355Unit Code and Title FORMTEXT JALECRG2 Topic/Question FORMTEXT What Is Justice
Tutor (if applicable) FORMTEXT Structure of essay/assignment Outline the intended structure and content for your essay/assignment, under the following headings/sections. Dot points should be utilised (unless otherwise directed). Introduction
An introduction breaks down the question, provides background/context to, and suggests the path the assignment will take; it is not just a list of the major points to be addressed. FORMTEXT
Students are encouraged to utilise sub-headings to help structure the discussion. FORMTEXT Initial thoughts
Discuss the journey that I have been on in developing my own approach to the term justice.Online discussion Acknoledge how the weekly inquiries have played a role in developing and expanding on the theories of justice. Concepts examinedFirst theories of justice employed:
- Philosipher Plato; 'Gods' in the sense of divine comand, his works The Republic and Laws - Theorist John Locke in relation to natural laws as a social contract - Utilitarian John Stuart Mill consiquence based approach in the form of right and wrong - Egalitarian John Rawls concepts of coordinated by fairness 'equality' Resources considered
+ Talk about the social research that I have done in regards to the topic question.
A conclusion should provide an answer/response to topic/question; it is not just a summary. FORMTEXT Thoughts/reflections on your learning journey Directions for future research
Remaining questionsWhen people say they “want justice”, what do they want?- nobody knows what they want in regards to jusrice - there are only key principlas that people require to be apparent * Plans initially developed can vary or...
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