Similarities between Sandel's and Plato's idea about justice

Reply Wed 14 Dec, 2011 11:58 am
both find justice as a matter of virtue, honor and the common good.
Also Sandel argues that justice can not be separated from moral beliefs about what is good.

so how do you think Sandel and Plato are similar in finding justice as a good idea and moral formation of society with a view to that idea of the good?
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