Political philosophy

Jus? ce is when it speaks loudest for the least advantaged in the society. Where the aspira? on of a country like India is to achieve social jus? ce for an inclusive growth, it is no longer plausible that the vast majority of the people who are poverty ridden should have unequal access to jus? ce. Yet the poor who are not educated and thus unaware of their rights have not been able to equally access to jus? ce. And, unequal access to jus? ce is jus? ce belied, if not denied. It is in such situa?

on that we need jus? ce to reach the poor. Or, Jus? ce is when it speaks loudest for the least advantaged in the society. We call it jus? ce when there is poli? cal, social, economic and civil equality in the society and it is enjoyed by the poor and the rich alike. We call it jus? ce when there is equal liberty and fairness in the society and such a social order is felt by the most downtrodden. Yet the poor who are not educated and thus unaware of their rights have not been able to equally access to jus?ce.

An unequal access to jus? ce is jus? ce belied, if not denied. It is in such situa? on that we need jus? ce to reach the poor. The ethics of individual choices Is there an ethics of individual choice? What do we choose and what do we not choose concerning certain things that a(ects our personal and public life directly or indirectly? What ethical and moral ques? on governs our choices? The dilemma of making choices is something that all of us have encountered more than once in our life.