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    • A construct validation for a resistance by Perceived Injustice Scale 

      Martin, Jacob Leeds (uga, 2015-05)
      This study develops and validates the Resistance by Perceived Injustice Scale (RPIS), which aims to capture attitudes of race and fairness in a way that explains resistance to organizational diversity policies and strategy. ...
    • Children in egalitarian society 

      Villarreal, Jason Eduardo (uga, 2010-08)
      Egalitarian and justice theorists are frequently occupied with developing mechanisms and institutions to bring about equality in a society of citizens. However, discussions of children as future citizens rarely appear in ...
    • Hobbes and Plato on the motivtion [sic] to be just 

      McBrayer, Gregory Alan (uga, 2004-08)
      This thesis will treat Plato’s and Hobbes’ views on justice, paying particular attention to the reasons that each thinker gives for choosing the just life. For Hobbes, fear is the ultimate motivation for our desire to act ...
    • Justice, non-violence, and the practice of political judgment : a study of Ricoeur's conception of justice 

      Lee, Yang-Soo (uga, 2003-05)
      In his recent works, Paul Ricoeur devotes considerable attention to the importance of John Rawls’s political philosophy. At the same time, he develops his own positive account of justice, which concerns the moral foundation ...
    • Justice, reverence, and the natural world 

      Elliott, Dustin Charles (uga, 2011-05)
      Is the articulation of a green Stoicism theoretically viable—that is, can Stoic virtue ethics provide the basis for an adequate environmental ethic? In my three-part analysis of this question, I argue that Stoicism can, ...
    • “Mortality and mercy” 

      Stephens, Virginia Reed (uga, 2004-12)
      In this paper I argue that Shakespeare uses the legal troubles of the fictional city of Vienna to illustrate dramatically the conflict which occurred in late sixteenth and early seventeenth century England between different ...