Protest from the position of a philosopher arguing about justice
The report refers to the essence of public protest and the general test of the position of the philosopher thinking about the notion of justice. After all, in view of the ethical perspective, many questions arise, in particular: does a public protest correct the creation of a just state, or, on the contrary, justifies the order of justice?
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