KNJIGE | dr. Mojca Zadravec: Pravičnost kot ljubezen

Pri razumevanju pravičnosti kot matematične formule enakosti se pojavi vrsta nejasnosti, pravo, ki poskuša slediti tako opredeljeni pravičnosti, pa se nenehno srečuje s pomembnimi vprašanji: enakost česa oziroma koga je pravična, kakšna enakost in predvsem – zakaj enakost? Če pravičnost v različnih primerih narekuje uporabo različnih oblik enakosti (ker bi bila uporaba določene oblike enakosti nepravična), potem enakost ne more biti njeno bistvo ali končni cilj.

Pravičnost kot najvišja ideja prava, ki ureja medsebojne odnose, mora biti ideal teh odnosov. Zato je lahko povezana le s pojmi, ki sami po sebi pomenijo nekaj dobrega. Pojem, ki pomeni dobro, hkrati pa je ideal dobro urejenih medsebojnih odnosov, je ljubezen, zaradi česar je po mnenju dr. Zadravčeve pojem ljubezni vsebinsko bližje pravičnosti kot enakost.

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TEDWomen 2015: Leaders with an eye for justice

“The number one abuse of human rights on earth is the mistreatment of women and girls.”
(Jimmy Carter)

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President Jimmy Carter speaks at TEDWomen2015 - Momentum, Session 4, May 28, 2015, Monterey Conference Center, Monterey, California, USA. Photo: Marla Aufmuth/TED Former president Jimmy Carter is at TEDWomen for a reason. He says, “The number one abuse of human rights on earth is the mistreatment of women and girls.” Photo: Marla Aufmuth/TED

Momentum is great. But how do you sustain it? This session will examine what it takes to keep on keeping on, from speakers who are just starting out and those who’ve been at it for decades.

Short recaps of the talks in this session…

The number one abuse of human rights. Former president Jimmy Carter begins with jokes (looking out at the audience of mainly women, he muses, “I feel … a little bit different from most of you”), but he is here to talk about something serious. “The number one abuse of human rights on earth is the mistreatment of women and girls,” says Carter. He sees three things at the root of this. The first is the “misinterpretation of religious…

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