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Justice – Quiz A

The fifth of the five classes of moral terms and judgments is ‘just/fair’.

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1. Name the terms and judgments included in the terms ‘just’,‘fair,and ‘equitable’,as well as their antonyms “unjust”,“unfair”,and “inequitable”.

2. Give examples of laws and actions people consider just or unjust.

3. Does ‘just’ as applied to a person refer to the same thing as applied to an action?

4. What does the objective sense of “just”refer to?

5. Not all right acts are just but all just acts are right. Agree or disagree? Explain.

6. Not all wrong acts are unjust but all unjust acts are wrong. Agree or disagree? Explain.

7. How is ‘fair’ used in the objective sense?

8. How is ‘fair’ used in the subjective sense?

9. Describe the role of the person who allocates objects of interest and disinterest.

10. Describe the recipient of objects of interest and disinterest.

11. Is the distribution of an object of interest or disinterest just or unjust based on what the recipient deserves?

12. Is an act of distributing or allocating fair from the point of view of its utility?

13. Is a distribution considered just or unjust from the point of view of the needs of the recipient?

14. Is a distribution considered just or unjust from the point of view of the rights of the recipient?

15. Is a distribution considered just or unjust from the point of view of the motives of the distributor?