Law

French judicial errors

“A miscarriage of justice is always a masterpiece of coherence,” writes Daniel Pennac in Monsieur Malaussène (1995). France is not exempt from the phenomenon of judicial errors. Since 1945, justice …

Kafka – A Critique of Justice

The Trial is a book published posthumously in 1925, written by Kafka. I. The absurdity of justice Kafka’s book is certainly complex and subtle, and the authors who have tried …

Aristotle and justice

A reflection on justice, by Aristotle. Aristotle is the author of The Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle defines the object of the laws prescribed by universal justice, which legislates on what is …

Is justice telling the truth?

Plato in The Republic reports a discussion between Socrates and Cephalus. Is justice to always tell the truth? Is justice to give back to everyone what one has received? Plato …

Is ownership fair?

Is property a right? Is it Just? One of the current positions is to consider property as a natural right. However, Jean-Jacques Rousseau reminds us that originally, the land belongs …