Political Philosophy and the Notion of Justice in a Pluralistic Society


  • Prof. Eva Schmidt Center for Continental Philosophy, Vienna, Austria Author


Political Philosophy, Notion of Justice, Pluralistic Society, Ideological Diversity, Social Frameworks, Cultural Pluralism, Legal System, Moral Foundations, Equality, Civic Engagement


This scholarly article delves into the intricate relationship between political philosophy and the notion of justice within the context of a pluralistic society. Examining various philosophical perspectives, the article explores how diverse ideologies contribute to the conceptualization and implementation of justice in a society characterized by multiple cultural, religious, and social frameworks. The study seeks to shed light on the challenges and opportunities inherent in navigating the complexities of justice in a pluralistic setting.