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Injustice makes us angry, and rightly so, yet there can be no perfectly just person, institution, or society. In three timely essays, Justice in Public Life shows us why and how we must strive together towards justice, even though this work is always a journey, never an arrival.

James Hawkey explains that justice is more than fairness; it requires both truth and an understanding of human identity. Claire Foster-Gilbert examines the pitfalls faced by institutions, many of which have failed to mete out justice. Finally, Jane Sinclair asks whether a just society is possible, concluding that the answer is not in our systems, institutions, or laws – but deep within ourselves.

  • ISBN: 9781913368203
  • Paperback
  • 97 pages
  • Authors: Claire Foster-Gilbert, James Hawkey, Jane Sinclair


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