Wisdom to Joy - Towards Justice
Towards Justice
A moral code is the basis for justice, and a human society must establish justice if it is to be humane. Present justice systems are far from just. A moral code containing two principles is presented, along with some basic application principles. Requirements for creating justice are discussed, most of which are common sense and some of which are in direct contrast to present laws and practices.
Current revision: paper February 27th, 2021 (first version 2018 July); recording December 2020 - February 2021.
Towards Justice - Part 1 Lifting the Heaviness - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 2 Injustice - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice Part 3 Morality - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 4 A Simple Code of Morality - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 5 Morality in Action - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 6 Morality in Societies - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 7 Practical Justice - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 8 Justice of Higher Order - Watch and listen
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Towards Justice - Part 9 Moving Forward - Watch and listen
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The content of these presentations has been garnered through observation, contemplation, hopefully insight, and, most importantly, experience. Ideas and assertions are simply presented for consideration. The effort is not to prove or convince, but rather to present ideas for one’s own thought, research, innate common sense, and experience.
References are included only if information is specific and may not be generally known. No offense whatsoever is taken at any disagreement or counter-assertion. Many disagreements are due to semantics. Take whatever is useful and ignore the rest. If something fits and is useful, wonderful!

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The brilliant spectrum in the banner is the closest representation of the absolute joy of a realm of which I have memory since childhood. No one owns the spectrum. It is used here because of its joy.
In case it seems that considerable work occurred to make these multi-media presentations, it is absolutely nothing compared to what was required to acquire the content.
Artist acknowledgements: Martin Capekk (stars) @123rf.com; 31moonlight31 (cube), Route55 (crane) @ depositphotos.com; Melitas (people), Svitlana Babych (hall of justice), Petrafler (warriors) @ dreamstime.com.
Towards Justice, op. 2
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