Enquiry Concerning Political Justice and its Influence on Morals and Happiness (1793) outlines the political philosophy of the 18th-century philosopher William Godwin.
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... Political Justice was revered by the first generation of Romantic poets, such as William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, although they would later turn away from radicalism ... Consequently, Malthus criticised Political Justice for expounding unachieveable utopianism ...
... was in full swing, Godwin published his great work on political science, Enquiry concerning Political Justice, and its Influence on General Virtue and ... Political Justice was extremely influential in its time after the writings of Burke and Paine, Godwin's was the most popular written response to the ... was the practice at the time, numerous "corresponding societies" took up Political Justice, either sharing it or having it read to the illiterate members ...
... The failure of the communists at the polls produced a political crisis ... was expected to produce a coalition of two center-right parties, PiS (Law and Justice) and PO (Civic Platform). 2007 parliamentary election, the Civic Platform was most successful (41.5%), ahead of Law and Justice (32%), and the government of Donald Tusk, the chairman of PO, was formed ...
... posited the existence of natural justice or natural right (dikaion physikon, δικαίον φυσικόν, Latin ius naturale) ... Aristotle's theory of justice is bound up in his idea of the golden mean ... Indeed his treatment of what he calls "political justice" derives from his discussion of "the just" as a moral virtue derived as the mean between opposing vices, just like every other virtue he describes ...
... radicalism, particularly his economic views, which he had imbibed from Godwin's Political Justice (1793), had alienated him from his wealthy aristocratic ... did not want him wasting it on projects of "political justice" ... marriage was a repressive monopoly, which he had argued in his 1793 edition of Political Justice but since retracted ...
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“Take but degree away, untune that string,
And hark what discord follows!
Force should be right, or, rather, right and wrong
Between whose endless jar justice resides
Should lose their names, and so should justice too.
Then everything includes itself in power,
Power into will, will into appetite;
And appetite, an universal wolf,
So doubly seconded with will and power,
Must make perforce an universal prey,
And last eat up himself.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
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