RACIAL INJUSTICE-FEDERAL ARRESTS — Table.
For agents can create injustice by omission.
What’s the reason for the injustice, or, to be more accurate, what the rule describes as the appearance of injustice?
The generals' consensus comes as some congressional lawmakers have repeatedly downplayed the effects of racial injustice in recent years.
Perhaps failure to resist injustice counts as kind of sponsorship.
Some theorists have questioned suggestions to remedy epistemic injustice with individual virtues.
, and what sorts of injustice women in fact suffer (what aspects of women’s current situation are harmful or unjust?).
By contrast, on the derivative approach, the injustice of an unjust health inequality is not the primary injustice.
Other feminists add to Fricker’s account of hermeneutical injustice just as they do to her account of testimonial injustice.
Fricker also discusses a second and related form of epistemic injustice that has generated substantial discussion: hermeneutical injustice.
But surely medical aid that saves consenting victims from the horrible results of injustice and carries unpleasant side effects can remain fully permissible.
Nonetheless, feminists are committed to bringing about social change to end injustice against women, in particular, injustice against women as women.
How can anybody with a fair mind acknowledge that a grave injustice has been done and then vote in a way that does absolutely nothing to address that injustice?
Oppression is injustice that, first and foremost, concerns groups; individuals are oppressed just in case they are subjected to injustice because of their group membership.
But if the injustice takes a form that, e.g., is regarded as especially apt for a woman, then the injustice should be understood intersectionally, i.e., as a response to an intersectional category.
“The prime minister spoke about injustice on entering Downing Street, but there is no greater burning injustice than children being forced into poverty as a result of government policy,” said the Child Poverty Action Group’s chief executive, Alison Garnham.
On the free-standing approach, the injustice of an unjust health inequality is the primary injustice, although a verdict of injustice can also be spread backwards from this primary injustice to its (socially controllable) causes.
A statement was made that injustice is stronger and more powerful than justice, but now justice, having been identified with wisdom and virtue, is easily shown to be stronger than injustice, if injustice is ignorance; this can no longer be questioned by any one.
When the inquiry reported its findings in 2012, it led to an apology in parliament from Prime Minister David Cameron for the “double injustice” the families had suffered: both the “injustice of the appalling events” and “the injustice of the denigration of the deceased.”
In the growing literature on hermeneutical injustice, philosophers have mainly focused on the following two central questions: first, how to properly understand the phenomenon of hermeneutical injustice (namely, what is distinctively epistemic about it, and what makes it unjust); and secondly, how to resist this kind of injustice and how to fill in the corresponding conceptual and linguistic gaps in our collective understanding of situations of marginalization.
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In the growing literature on hermeneutical injustice philosophers have mainly focused on the following two central questions first how to properly understand the phenomenon of hermeneutical injustice namely what is distinctively epistemic about it and what makes it unjust and secondly how to resist this kind of injustice and how to fill in the corresponding conceptual and linguistic gaps in our collective understanding of situations of marginalization