When William Godwin said,​‘Justice is the sum of all moral duty’,​he allotted the concept of justice to a cardinal stature, just as Plato who used the Greek word​‘Dikaisyne’​ for justice which is almost synonymous to the word ‘morality’ or ‘righteousness’. With the prevailing degenerating conditions of Athenian democracy, Plato, dissatisfied, saw in Justice the only remedy to save Athens from the malady of dwindling prosperity.

Republic, Book I, inquires about justice from the crudest to the most refined interpretation. Book I has dialogues between Socrates and a number of characters, on Justice as to what it actually is, each of…

Alisa Rahman

An amateur writer who is in a constant dilemma between accepting reality and drowning in her surrealistic reveries.

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