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Justice and Benevolence

Justice and Benevolence

David Kelley

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July 30, 2015

Justice is an essential virtue in the Objectivist ethics. This Atlas Summit session, filmed this summer, covers the nature and importance of justice, both for personal life and for a good society.

Philosopher David Kelley discusses the purpose and standards of moral judgment, the sanction of the victim, envy and egalitarianism as antitheses, and the relationship between justice and benevolence.

This video is from the 5-part Intermediate Course in Objectivist Ethics held during the Summit.