ADMJ 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Robert Nozick, On Liberty, Deontological Ethics

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Introduction to administration of justice challenging liberal justice (justice in the liberal tradition) Various theories are differently nuanced balanced between values and the states-of- being given importance in the tradition. 1 in the second half of the twentieth century, these theories were revitalised for changed times by latter-day liberal theorists such as john. In turn, the implications of liberalism in their original and revised versions for law and morality have been questioned and elaborated by dworkin (1978, 1986a), raz (1986) and others. Individualism, equality of freedoms and respect liberal thinkers. Hobbes and locke locate the basis of sovereign power and the duty of obedience in the self-interest of subjects rather than in the divine status of the ruler. Major concerns in the twentieth century of liberalism turned to political rather than moral philosophy as well as pluralism in the idea of inequalities (rawls)

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