Michael Walzer's View Of Justice

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Michael Walzer talks about justice as being equal to everyone. Nobody should be above the law, regardless of their social status, etc. On a perfect world, our justice system would be equally accessible and implemented regardless of who is the accused. Everyone has the same rights. On the other hand, Kenji Yoshiko believes justice is not something you can measure. Too much enforcement or too little would be catastrophic and a chaotic way to live. We cannot find a perfect “middle ground” that would be an acceptable way to be just. There is no perfect measurement and we can only understand justice through experience. Stephen Carter believes justice cannot be forced or bought. We cannot force someone through laws or limitations to be just, or
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