Six theories of justice by Karen Lebacqz

• Divide your task into 7 lettered parts: A, B, C, D, E, F, G
• For each of the first 6 parts (A through F) type in bold print the names of the authors of one of the six theories. A) J.S Mill B) John Rawls C) Roberts Nozick D) Catholic Bishops E) Reinhold Niebuhr F) Jose Miranda.
• For each theory, address the following numbered questions. (Use the numbers and bold headings, do not repeat the questions.
1. Principle(s) of justice. What is/are the central moral principle/s of justice in this theory? That is, what is/are the Moral principle of justice which the author would use in a normative argument about justice in the real world? Interpret this theory in terms of the four kinds of justice exchange, sharing, legislative, and corrective.
2. Validation of the Principle(s). What is the basis Validating this/these Moral principles in this theory? That is what are the reasons (including conditions, values, beliefs, facts, etc.), Which the author think are central to the meta-ethical argument supporting those moral principles.

• Choose 3 theories among the 6 (from part A through F) address these two additional questions about them. Use the numbers and bold headings. Do not repeat the questions.
3. Application of the Principle(S). How did the author want the theory to be applied, or how would it be applied? What good result does the theory aim to achieve (or did the author intend to achieve)? What bad result does theory aim to prevent (or did the author intend to prevent)?
4. Evaluation of the theory. What is your evaluation of this theory, and what are your reasons (your argument) supporting your evaluation? Make a judgement about one or more of the above components of theory (principles, validation, application), and give your reasons. Be independent, brave rational, a defender of justice, and aware of both the content of the theory and of conditions of the real world.
• For part G, use this bold heading: G. My theory of justice. Address the following questions (same as above but directed now at YOUR theory of justice) and do so in a way that brings together the resources of the 6 theories and Your own ideas and reasoning about justice. Use the numbers and bold headings do not repeat the questions:
5. Principle(s) of justice. What is/are the central moral principle/s of justice in this theory? That is, what is/are the Moral principle of justice which the author would use in a normative argument about justice in the real world? Interpret this theory in terms of the four kinds of justice exchange, sharing, legislative, and corrective.
6. Validation of the Principle(s). What is the basis Validating this/these Moral principles in this theory? That is what are the reasons (including conditions, values, beliefs, facts, etc.), Which the author think are central to the meta-ethical argument supporting those moral principles.

 

 

 

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