Global Justice and Duty to Humanity - A Phenomenological Perspective
This essay is devoted to exploring global justice as duty to humanity. The essay first explores humanity as the universal substance of all humankind, indicating that if a person loses a quality, s/he is not alienated or less than himself/herself; but if a person loses his/her humanity, s/he is alienated and absurd. Second, the essay demonstrates that the idea of humanity as the universal substance of all huamnkind is necessary to make senses those operating norms and principles of global justice in our time, including human rights, crimes against humanity and toleration. Third, essay indicates that global justice is the way of human living because it is consistent with humanity as the universal substance of all humankind. Therefore, the essay concludes that global justice is giving due to humanity as a substance.
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