Justice as Attunement demonstrates that to engage in the activity of attunement to the meaning of a text is to learn to do justice to ourselves and to others. This book highlights the transforming constitutions across the range of human relations and the place of justice as relevant to one and all: for, as Richard Dawson suggests, the root of justice is intertwined with constituting appropriate selves and relations.A thoroughly-researched, interdisciplinary study, Justice as Attunement is an invaluable resource for any student or scholar of Law, Literature, Economics, and Philosophy, and indee.Such clarity called for a turn toward language and the identification of problems in the use of various key words in ... Consider what he says in the introduction to his essay a#39;The Legal-Economic Nexusa#39;: One of the deepest conceptual structures anbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-08-09|