Saturday, February 24, 2024

Tag: courts


The Concept of Rectificatory Justice in Aristotle’s Philosophy

Rectificatory justice as Aristotle’s describes it in his Book V: Ethics is generally practiced right after injustice has been done and that too on the foundational-basis of equal return’ principle, i.e. all the parties accredited, attributed and recognized with equivalent merit. He has thoroughly argued this as part of his political philosophy of Nicomachean Ethics. […]

Judiciary and the State

Judiciary and the State

Involving in open and public denunciations of the verdicts of the state’s judiciary is not only disrespect for the judiciary but also hatred against the state itself. It very clearly denotes the motto “Any decision against our wish and expectations is injustice”. There is every possibility that Pakistan is the only country where such groups […]