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"A standard used to assess the fairness of a society. Justice is a central moral standard that requires the fair and impartial treatment of all. Social justice differs from other realms of justice, such as that relating to the application of law, being centrally concerned with the fairness of a social order and its attendant distributions of rewards and costs." -- excerpt from The Dictionary of Human Geography (2009)
"An application of the concept of justice to the wealth, assets, privileges and advantages that accumulate within a society or state." -- excerpt from Palgrave MacMillan Dictionary of Political Thought (2007)
Beware: All too often, We say What we hear others say. We think What we're told that we think. We see What we're permitted to see. Worse! We see what we're told that we see. Repetition and pride are the keys to this. To hear and to see Even an obvious lie Again And again and again May be to say it, Almost by reflex Then to defend it Because we've said it And at last to embrace it Because we've defended it And because we cannot admit That we've embraced and defended An obvious lie. Thus, without thought, Without intent, We make Mere echoes Of ourselves-- And we say What we hear others say.