Joshua Neoh, ‘Just Jurisprudence’ (2015) 40 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 237
4 Pages Posted: 26 May 2020
Date Written: May 3, 2015
In 'Just Freedom', Philip Pettit presents a theory of justice and freedom, in which 'justice is freedom, freedom justice'. His theory aims to provide us with a moral compass for a complex world. The book is ambitious: the moral compass is designed to encompass the entire range of political relations: between citizens, between citizens and governments, and between the different peoples of the earth. The first part of this review essay will synthesize his arguments. The second part will analyse his arguments for their jurisprudential implications.
Keywords: Freedom as Non-Domination
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