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Alistair MacFarlane traces the life of an influential political theorist.
[Issue 121 :: August/September 2017 :: Brief Lives]
Phil Badger is out for Justice.
[Issue 83 :: March/April 2011 :: Books]
Grant Bartley finds time to watch them.
[Issue 81 :: October/November 2010 :: Films]
Frederick Ochieng’-Odhiambo tells us why truth is sometimes sacrificed to law.
[Issue 79 :: June/July 2010 :: Law, Tolerance and Society]
Todd Walters reports on justice, rebellion and random acts of violence in Gotham City.
[Issue 73 :: May/June 2009 :: Films]
Floris van den Berg watches The Open Society and its Enemies, the movie.
[Issue 71 :: January/February 2009 :: Films]
Tim Madigan on the philosophers who investigated the Kennedy assassination.
[Issue 66 :: March/April 2008 :: Food for Thought]
Jean Chambers witnesses Martha Nussbaum raise a high bar for standards of international social justice.
[Issue 60 :: March/April 2007 :: Books]
We take their money, their freedom, sometimes their lives, but opinions differ over exactly what we are trying to achieve, how we should go about it and what justifies it anyway. Jane Forsey on the punishment of criminals.
[Issue 30 :: December 2000 / January 2001 :: Crime & Punishment]
Sir Stuart Hampshire has a new theory of justice based on the inevitability of conflict and on the importance of hearing the other side. Paul Sheehy asked him about his struggles with justice.
[Issue 28 :: August/September 2000 :: Interview]