18 Forms Of Justice, What Is The Theory of Justice? Racial, Economic, Distributive, Environmental, Injustice. Occupational, Open, Voting, Health, Human Rights, Organizational, Poetic, Social, Retributive, Restorative, Eco, 7th Generation, Transformational | A Green Road Journal

How many forms of justice do you know about?

Can you define and describe the 13 forms of justice?

They say that justice is blind and does not ‘see’ differences such as power, color of skin, religion, color, language, status, wealth, etc.

Justice is about making a decision that is fair, as represented by the scales being balanced. The sword represents a symbolic sword of truth, which is used to come up with the fair or balanced way to proceed, beyond a reasonable doubt.

This article describes, explores and defines the many forms of justice, and goes deeper as the article progresses, ending with the deepest definition of justice, that is just now being birthed.

via 18 Forms Of Justice, What Is The Theory of Justice? Racial, Economic, Distributive, Environmental, Injustice. Occupational, Open, Voting, Health, Human Rights, Organizational, Poetic, Social, Retributive, Restorative, Eco, 7th Generation, Transformational | A Green Road Journal

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