Anirudh Mittal, Shashi Ranjan
Aristotle, complete justice, partial justice, distributive justice, corrective justice
Since its inception till the present, the idea of justice has been a recurrent topic of discussion. The definition of justice and what it entails, which have been hotly contested since antiquity, are still up for dispute. According to this article’s findings, Aristotle divides justice into two general and strict meanings, obtained using a descriptive-analytical method. In the broadest sense, justice means the observance of the law and the equality of all citizens. In its purest form, the division of justice into two categories: corrective and distributive. Distributive justice deals with distributing resources among those participating in the political system. Corrective justice facilitates the correction of interpersonal transactions and communications. According to Aristotle, justice must follow proportionality, treat equals pretty, and maltreat inequalities. According to the equality and inequality of the populace, there is a distribution of endowments and facilities.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

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