Play (1:16:36) July 9, 2016 Justice? A Conversation on the Purpose of Justice David SkeelUniversity of Pennsylvania Laura RosenburyUniversity of Florida Law School Jump To Comments David Skeel and Laura Rosenbury discuss issues related to justice at The Veritas Forum: “Justice? A Conversation on the Purpose of Justice” at the University of Florida, 2016. Share This Talk Play (1:16:36) Topics Justice Tag Justice Embed | David Skeel and Laura Rosenbury discuss issues related to justice at The Veritas Forum: “Justice? A Conversation on the Purpose of Justice” at the University of Florida, 2016. One thought on "Justice? A Conversation on the Purpose of Justice" clifford cook says: September 25, 2016 at 10:16 am The purpose of justice, is to bring balance , this means a wrong has been commited and to make it fair we use justice to rebalance , a form or punishment , justice is always associated with and after a crimnial act , they go hand in hand , Another word for justice. is karma , karma , means what goes around comes around , And karma and justice are met out by god and the angels , which is good becuase of the authorites cant catch a criminal , who offended you the criminal will still face justice , god and the angels are law in this world , the police are used by god and the angels and the law courts to bring justice, But that does not mean the police or law courts are just ,as individuals ,in fact crimnals are often dealt with by criminals in uniform , many if not most police are corrupt and commit crimes and break the law , So do judges in law courts, so criminals are dealt with by criminals in uniform who god uses , a hypocritical police force to deal with criminals , Justice is a tool for learning , when theres an injustice its like one end of a scale falling down , and creating an imbalance , then when the karma is repaid and justice restored through ,punishmemt , the scales are rebalanced Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.