Friday, March 23, 2012

Justice Is Relative, Yet Natural, And To Be Discovered Not Legislated.

It is true that there cannot be too much justice and justice is discovered in the same manner as the discovery of all of the laws of the universe. Justice is a natural part of the unfolding process of the evolution of civilization when the equilibrium forces are permitted to symphonically interact naturally.

As such justice is only known relatively, and is discovered continually, and it is inexhaustibly part of creation. Seen in this light it becomes even more evident how disruptive case law is since it is the product of ego-driven interpreters and ego-driven interventionists.

I suggest reading Liberty & Justice of Economic Equilibrium.

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