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Justice is referred to as fairness in protection of rights and punishment of wrongs. Also, fairness means 'equity,' but does not mean 'equality' because equality does not always fairness. According to John Rawls (1958), justice and fairness are the same meaning, so distinguishing them or saying that one is more original mean that other one is meaningless. Taken as a whole, justice is about allocating welfares whose values are founded by their value to the relevant population. It also must be blind to personal preferences.
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