Friday, February 23, 2024

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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. […]

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Pakistan’s Cultural Identity Crisis

According to Oxford Dictionary, culture can be defined as, ideas, customs or social behavior of a particular person or a society. It is the mixture of customary set of beliefs of a race or some ethnic or social group. Culture is therefore necessarily used to formulate an identity comprising of certain characteristic traits that can […]

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Guilt and Society

The guilt that comes with being human no matter who we are is quite troubling. I’m sure no matter who you are, you can relate to what I’m talking about. We all have that voice inside of us telling us that we are not good enough. We all have that innate guilt. At least, I […]

Negative Effects of Poetry

Negative Effects of Poetry

(Translated from a contribution in Urdu) Great Greek philosopher, during 450 BC, declared poets to be dangerous specie of persons inducing irrational tendencies in normal behaviour of mankind. He submitted his suggestions to his government for taking steps to save the civil population from infections of poetry. One of these suggestions was to establish settlements […]