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2014 | 3 | 129-138
Article title

Sprawiedliwość i cnota sprawiedliwości jako podstawa etyki prawniczej

Content
Title variants
EN
Justice and virtue of justice as the basis of legal ethics
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
This paper outlines the relationship between legal ethics and justice inits axiological basis. First, I have generally described what legal activity is and what are its social connotations. Then, I try to analyze the concept of justice. It has been concluded that only justice in Aristotelian account, which is a characteristic of individuals, can be the basis of legal ethics. Also, the ideas of Friedrich August von Hayek were the basis for this conclusion. Having criticized the concept of social justice, von Hayek came to the conclusion that the concept of justice can only refer to human actions. In this sense, it is unacceptable to evaluate justice action by governments, states, organizations, institutions and various other collective entities. The implementation of justice depends on the actions of each individual man in particular lawyer. People themselves through their own behavior and sense of justice decide whether justice around us is realized or not.
Keywords
EN
ethics   justice   virtue   law  
Year
Volume
3
Pages
129-138
Physical description
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2300-1976
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-c2e4ee25-341a-43f0-b889-5db4e7861617
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