Justiça em Paul Ricoeur: uma hermenêutica do homem justo


IBICT - Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia




This work deals with the in Paul Ricoeur developed Justice philosophy theory based in the hermeneuthics of judge decisions. The understanding of such concept leads to the investigation of mans ability to judge (decide) on the basis of ethical values and trustful behaviour as well. The Thesis main purpose is the identification of the three levels of elements that contribute to bring the sense of justices goodness forward. Therefore, its necessary to observe the justice making process, ie, the judge as a man able to recognizes his act as one among the possibles good-will acts. Further, the ethic component to be considered and pursued through a sense of lifes virtue among individuals categorizeds in and of fair institutions posted as turning points to identify who is the righteous man no matter the level of eveness and uniqueness of one who decides. This quest is justified by logical and dialogical processes focused in the awareness of how a decision act (judgement act) can be recognized as a fair or unfair. Paul Ricoeur philosophy especially his latest years issues reflects his concern in the urgency to unveil the mechanism of judicial decision making, whose consequences go far beyond someone ordinary life. Paul Ricoeur thought emerges the discussion of an ultimate mens justice as a result of a complex (social, economic, political, cultural etc) system, which core is haunted by the inherent human weakness and vicious narroness to capture the essence of Gods justice creation


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