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True Justice is absolute: it is the only just instance in any given situation. Freedom is the ability to act, think and do whatever one pleases, so long as it does not encroach on another's right to freedom. A society would be perfectly just if all it's people were free to do what they pleased freely, without infringing on each other's right to freedom. Therefore, Justice can be defined as freedom without infringement.
Fairness is something that every human is entitled to. It involves not being interfered with. …
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