Democratic Justice

Moreover, in policy area, the Roman "jusfilosofia" Cicero seems to be the consummation of the facts and truths that tend to confirm the victory of the democratic republic in monocracy of emperors, which would make the republic more just and virtuous, as popular is its merits. Monocracy on the contrary, the foundation is the will of the sovereign. With a wide field of Greco-Roman history, Cicero concludes that only the courts can make the government of the republic. It is clear, however, have common concerns: Cicero analyzes the work of the two Greeks. Aristotle was a critic of Plato, Cicero is that it is implicit criticism of both. With the distance, communication and transport difficult, away from the complex problems facing States today, ensuring a reduction to the philosophical principles that are insurmountable, and are being studied as bridges for access to modern and contemporary theories justice.

In conclusion, two of these principles is found in Plato and Cicero as a most important element of the concept of Justice of the stability of the state. Aristotle, in turn, establishes the concept of justice (Nicomachean Ethics) in equity. The two will join the Democratic Justice, updated course content. Bertrand Russell, reports that the main purpose of the book The Republic, Plato, is to define the concept of Justice. The word justice has much more content than Socrates and Plato joined Justice, equality (democracy), the other used as a synonym of Justice Act (Act). In fact, Plato introduces a new version of Justice, that is not based on the Socratic principle of equality, the Platonic ideal as equal opportunities for different skills between individuals that belong to the Hellenic Republic, seeing is not an injustice, because the power and privileges of the tutors (Rulers) and the other citizens would be established by a law first.