Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice Author Rebecca Wittmann
ISBN-10 9780674045293
Release 2012-03-05
Pages 360
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In 1963, West Germany was gripped by a dramatic trial of former guards who had worked at the Nazi death camp Auschwitz. It was the largest and most public trial to take place in the country and attracted international attention. Using the pretrial files and extensive trial audiotapes, Rebecca Wittmann offers a fascinating reinterpretation of Germany’s first major attempt to confront its past.



Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice Author Cara C. Putman
ISBN-10 9780718083496
Release 2017-04-04
Pages 352
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Hayden is on track to become the youngest partner in her prestigious DC law firm . . . If the case she’s just been handed doesn’t destroy her first. Hayden McCarthy knows firsthand the pain that follows when justice is not served. It’s why she became an attorney and why she’s so driven in her career. When she’s assigned a wrongful death case against the government, she isn’t sure if it’s the lucky break she needs to secure a partnership—or an attempt to make sure she never gets there. Further complicating matters is Andrew Wesley, her roommate’s distractingly attractive cousin. But Andrew’s father is a congressman, and Hayden’s currently taking on the government. Could the timing be any worse? The longer she keeps the case active, the higher the stakes become. Unknown enemies seem determined to kill the case—or her. Logic and self-preservation indicate she should close the case. But how can she, when justice is still just beyond her reach?



Liberalism Beyond Justice

Liberalism Beyond Justice Author John Tomasi
ISBN-10 0691049696
Release 2001
Pages 163
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Liberal regimes shape the ethical outlooks of their citizens, relentlessly influencing their most personal commitments over time. On such issues as abortion, homosexuality, and women's rights, many religious Americans feel pulled between their personal beliefs and their need, as good citizens, to support individual rights. These circumstances, argues John Tomasi, raise new and pressing questions: Is liberalism as successful as it hopes in avoiding the imposition of a single ethical doctrine on all of society? If liberals cannot prevent the spillover of public values into nonpublic domains, how accommodating of diversity can a liberal regime actually be? To what degree can a liberal society be a home even to the people whose viewpoints it was formally designed to include? To meet these questions, Tomasi argues, the boundaries of political liberal theorizing must be redrawn. Political liberalism involves more than an account of justified state coercion and the norms of democratic deliberation. Political liberalism also implies a distinctive account of nonpublic social life, one in which successful human lives must be built across the interface of personal and public values. Tomasi proposes a theory of liberal nonpublic life. To live up to their own deepest commitments to toleration and mutual respect, liberals, he insists, must now rethink their conceptions of social justice, civic education, and citizenship itself. The result is a fresh look at liberal theory and what it means for a liberal society to function well.



Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice Author Mike Zarelli
ISBN-10 9780741435347
Release 2006-10
Pages 276
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This story of deceit, passion and vengeance pits young Angela in an epic struggle against her father's killer. To obtain justice, the bereaved daughter is compelled to circumvent a legal system gone awry.



Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice Author Agnes Heller
ISBN-10 0631152067
Release 1987-01-01
Pages 346
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This is an anatomy of the ethical and political preconceptions which underlie theories of justice. The author takes as her cue Hegel's description of modernity in which politics and ethics have fallen out of harmony with one another.



BEYOND JUSTICE

BEYOND JUSTICE Author Joshua Graham
ISBN-10
Release 2015-04-22
Pages 450
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The breakout novel of New York Times bestselling author Joshua Graham. For fans of John Grisham, Stephen King, Michael Connelly, Dean Koontz, Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti "...A riveting legal thriller.... breaking new ground with a vengeance... demonically entertaining and surprisingly inspiring." --PUBLISHERS WEEKLY **** BEYOND JUSTICE THE DESCENT INTO HELL IS NOT ALWAYS VERTICAL… Sam Hudson, a reputable San Diego attorney, learns this when the authorities wrongfully convict him of the brutal rape and murder of his wife and daughter, and sends him to death row. There he awaits execution by lethal injection. If he survives that long. In prison, Sam fights for his life while his attorney works frantically on his appeal. It is then that he embraces the faith of his departed wife and begins to manifest supernatural abilities. Abilities which help him save lives– his own, those of his unlikely allies–and uncover the true killer’s identity, unlocking the door to his exoneration. Now a free man, Sam’s newfound faith confronts him with the most insurmountable challenge yet. A challenge beyond vengeance, beyond rage, beyond anything Sam believes himself capable of: to forgive the very man who murdered his family, according to his faith. But this endeavor reveals darker secrets than either Sam or the killer could ever have imagined. Secrets that hurtle them into a fateful collision course. BEYOND JUSTICE, a tale of loss, redemption, and the power of faith. “…A riveting legal thriller…. breaking new ground with a vengeance… demonically entertaining and surprisingly inspiring.” PUBLISHERS WEEKLY “…hits the ground running…handled by a deft hand.” Adrian Phoenix, BENEATH THE SKIN (Pocket Books) “This tense, fast-paced story of outrageous injustice, insidious evil, and looming disaster has everything the savvy reader should expect, and more. [Graham] belongs to a new, emerging wave of writers who dare to color outside conventional lines. And he does so with style!” Glen Scorgie, THE JOURNEY BACK TO EDEN (Zondervan)



Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice Author Robert Leslie Bellem
ISBN-10 9781612107882
Release 2014-07-10
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Dan didn’t like this beauty contest, even though he was a judge. He liked it even less when the winning beauty was knifed. Was the dead girl’s murder an act of vengeance—or a legacy of love?



One Bullet Beyond Justice

One Bullet Beyond Justice Author Dennis R. Miller
ISBN-10 9781312506077
Release 2014-09-16
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Nora Hawks must overcome her own inner demons as she battles to survive in a world where men want to kill her as a "prize." One Bullet Beyond Justice is the sequel to the highly acclaimed One Woman's Vengeance. Nora Hawks is one of the strongest, most realistic female heroes to come along in years. "She came back from the dead to kill. Now she kills to stay alive." It is a novel of fully realized characters, gritty dialogue, twists, turns, and a final epic battle. Within it is a unique love story between a strong, intelligent woman and her retired bounty hunter partner.



Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice Author Scott Lilly
ISBN-10 OCLC:716312405
Release 2007
Pages 22
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Compromise Peace and Public Justification

Compromise  Peace and Public Justification Author Fabian Wendt
ISBN-10 9783319288772
Release 2016-07-11
Pages 286
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This book explores the morality of compromising. The author argues that peace and public justification are values that provide moral reasons to make compromises in politics, including compromises that establish unjust laws or institutions. He explains how it is possible to have moral reasons to agree to moral compromises and he debates our moral duties and obligations in making such compromises. The book also contains discussions of the sources of the value of public justification, the relation between peace and justice, the nature of modus vivendi arrangements and the connections between compromise, liberal institutions and legitimacy. In exploring the morality of compromising, the book thus provides some outlines for a map of political morality beyond justice.



Is Family Beyond Justice

Is Family Beyond Justice Author Tippavan Surinya
ISBN-10 OCLC:236150729
Release 2002
Pages 271
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Is Family Beyond Justice has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Is Family Beyond Justice also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Is Family Beyond Justice book for free.



The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller

The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller Author John Burnheim
ISBN-10 905183666X
Release 1994
Pages 346
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The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller book for free.



Agnes Heller

Agnes Heller Author Simon Tormey
ISBN-10 0719060389
Release 2001
Pages 220
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This thorough examination of Agnes Heller's political thought covers a range of subjects, from Marxian anthropology, through aesthetics, the philosophy of history, ethical socialism, postmodernism, and the political forms of the modern state. Simon Tormey treats Heller's work historically and thematically, placing it in a postmodern, 21st-century context.



Interracial Justice

Interracial Justice Author Eric K. Yamamoto
ISBN-10 9780814729458
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 352
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The United States in the twenty-first century will be a nation of so-called minorities. Shifts in the composition of the American populace necessitate a radical change in the ways we as a nation think about race relations, identity, and racial justice. Once dominated by black-white relations, discussions of race are increasingly informed by an awareness of strife among nonwhite racial groups. While white influence remains important in nonwhite racial conflict, the time has come for acknowledgment of ways communities of color sometimes clash, and their struggles to heal the resulting wounds and forge strong alliances. Melding race history, legal theory, theology, social psychology, and anecdotes, Eric K. Yamamoto offers a fresh look at race and responsibility. He tells tales of explosive conflicts and halting conciliatory efforts between African Americans and Korean and Vietnamese immigrant shop owners in Los Angeles and New Orleans. He also paints a fascinating picture of South Africa's controversial Truth and Reconciliation Commission as well as a pathbreaking Asian American apology to Native Hawaiians for complicity in their oppression. An incisive and original work by a highly respected scholar, Interracial Justice greatly advances our understanding of conflict and healing through justice in multiracial America.



Justice beyond Just Us

Justice beyond  Just Us Author Professor Gregory W Streich
ISBN-10 9781409489252
Release 2013-03-28
Pages 188
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Notions of justice and community in the United States are increasingly challenged by trends like immigration, multiculturalism, and economic inequality as well as historical legacies like Jim Crow-era racial segregation. These dynamics continually re-shape the communities in which people live, whether by generating new forms of interdependency and inequality, creating new social cleavages or exacerbating existing ones, or generating new spaces in which cross-boundary contact, conflict, or cooperation is possible. Revealing the ways in which notions of justice and community overlap in American politics and public discourse through concrete political questions which emerge when considering dimensions of time, place, and difference, Gregory W. Streich offers a fresh re-examination of the normative ideas of justice and community. He encourages Americans to move from a view of justice that applies only to people who are "like us" to a view of justice that applies to people beyond "just us."



Justice Beyond Our Borders

Justice Beyond Our Borders Author Christina Biebesheimer
ISBN-10 1886938806
Release 2000
Pages 183
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Improving systems of justice in Latin America is important to consolidate democracy and develop equitable and efficient market economies. Judicial reform involves strengthening the rule of law and developing a moder and transparent juridical process, as well as a system of justice that is impartial, independent, efficient and accessible to all.



Justice Beyond the Hague

Justice Beyond the Hague Author David A. Kaye
ISBN-10 9780876094440
Release 2011
Pages 56
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When the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) was established more than twenty years ago, the international community had little experience prosecuting the perpetrators of genocide, war crimes, and other atrocities. Unfortunately, there has been ample opportunity to build expertise in the intervening decades; ad hoc tribunals have been established to address past crimes in Cambodia and Sierra Leone, and a formal International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) was convened in the aftermath of Rwanda's 1994 genocide. Since 2002, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has assumed responsibility for new prosecutions, pursuing war criminals in countries unable or unwilling to bring them to justice domestically. Yet, after more than two decades of experience, the limits of these courts' capabilities are becoming clear. While they have brought some senior leaders to justice, the scope of the courts' budgets and their enquiries can never reach all--or even most--perpetrators of atrocities. They are physically far removed from the scenes of the crimes they are prosecuting, cannot compel evidence or conduct independent investigations, and are vulnerable to changes in funding and international political support. To overcome these and other difficulties, the international community must place greater emphasis on strengthening the national justice systems of the countries where atrocities have occurred. In this Council Special Report, David Kaye examines existing international justice mechanisms, analyzes how they have succeeded and where they have failed, and explains what reforms national legal systems will require to secure just and peaceful outcomes. Cognizant of the myriad individual challenges facing countries experiencing or emerging from violent conflict, Kaye nevertheless identifies a core set of common needs: political pressure on governments reluctant to prosecute perpetrators; assistance in building legal frameworks and training legal officials; support for investigations, including forensic analysis and security sector reform; and creating belief in the justice system among the local population. To these ends, Kaye outlines several recommendations for U.S. policymakers and their governmental and nongovernmental partners worldwide. Beginning in the United States, Kaye argues that Washington should expand diplomatic and financial support for national justice systems and appoint a senior official to oversee initiatives from the State Department, Justice Department, USAID, and other agencies. Abroad, he calls for the secretary of state to organize a donor conference to agree on funding priorities and responsibilities for the international community, and to establish a coordinating body to ensure that support for national-level justice systems is properly coordinated and informed by best practices. Justice Beyond The Hague provides important insights into the strengths and limitations of current international justice mechanisms. It makes a clear case for increasing support to national legal systems and outlines a variety of ways that the U.S. government can improve and coordinate its aid with others. While there will always be a place for international courts in countries that cannot or will not prosecute perpetrators themselves, this Council Special Report successfully argues that domestic systems can and should play a more meaningful role.