Justice in relation to the text "The Crucible" By Arthur Miller
The very essence of justice is dynamic, abstract and upholds various definitions to various individuals. The quality of being just however, embodies an underlying conformity to the ideologies of righteousness and integrity in all things, in accordance to strict performance of moral obligations. The divergent philosophical notions of justice are all fanned by one common denominator, that justice is a goal not always achieved.
Miller's tragedy, The Crucible, is an essential foundation to this notion. The first aspect will consider the manipulation and condemnation of vulnerable minority grou…
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