Justice is a term we commonly use and is one of the most important concepts in any social order. Yet inasmuch as our definitions of justice differ, we find ourselves on different sides of important discussions. This talk will examine the way three prominent rival theories of justice work, and how they lead to importantly different outcomes in public policy.
Understanding alternative theories of justice is an important step toward constructive dialogue with those with whom we disagree, and this talk will help us better understand these divides.
Doors at 7:00 pm, Talk at 7:30 pm. Entry by Donation (suggested $10) or Reserve a Seat for $15.