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O Que é Justiça?
De Cayce Jamil. Artigo original:  What is Justice? Traduzido para o português por Gabriel Serpa. Se você escutar a um protesto, provavelmente ouvirá frases relacionadas à obtenção de justiça, tais como sem justiça, não há paz. Entretanto, o que se entende pelo termo justiça não está claro. Alguns presumem que o termo significa que reparações diretas…
Cos’è la Giustizia?
Di Cayce Jamil. Originale: What is Justice? del 22 gennaio 2021. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Ad una manifestazione di protesta sentiamo spesso proclami che si rifanno alla giustizia, come ad esempio “non c’è pace senza giustizia”. Cosa s’intende per “giustizia” però non è specificato. Per alcuni significa che lo stato deve risarcire direttamente chi ha…
¿Qué es la justicia?
De Cayce Jamil. Original: What is Justice?, del 22 enero 2021. Traducción española por Diego Avila. Si escuchas una protesta, lo más probable es que escuches frases relacionadas con la realización de la justicia, como “sin justicia, no hay paz”. Sin embargo, no se define lo que se quiere decir con el término ‘justicia’. Algunos asumen que…
Redefinindo a Teoria do Direito Natural
De Cayce Jamil. Original: Recasting the Theory of Natural Law, de 3 de novembro 2020. Traduzido para o português por Gabriel Serpa. [Pierre-Joseph] Proudhon (1809-1865) é geralmente lembrado por afirmar a propriedade é um roubo e eu sou um anarquista. No entanto, por trás dessas duas declarações bastante populares, repousa sua concepção de justiça — que permeia todas…
What is Justice?
If you listen to a protest, you will more than likely hear phrases related to realizing justice, like “no justice, no peace.” However, what is meant by the term ‘justice’ isn’t defined. Some assume the term means direct reparations from the state should be made to an aggrieved group. Others assume it warrants some form…
An Open Letter to Anti-Racists on Global Poverty
Dear Anti-racists,  Cheers to the earth-shattering defeat of Donald Trump, in whose electoral demise you played no small part. Your jubilation as this nightmare of a presidency nears its apparent end is every bit warranted. Joe Biden’s presidency will be far from perfect, but we can reasonably expect it to be better than the (primary)…
Reformulando la Teoría del Derecho Natural
Por Cayce Jamil. Fuente: Recasting the Theory of Natural Law, 3 de noviembre 2020. Traducido por Diego Avila. Proudhon (1809-1865) es recordado generalmente por comentar: “La propiedad es un robo” y “Soy un anarquista”. Sin embargo, detrás de estas dos conocidas declaraciones se encuentra su concepción de la justicia, que impregna todas sus obras. La justicia es…
Recasting the Theory of Natural Law
Proudhon (1809-1865) is generally remembered for remarking, “Property is theft” and “I am an anarchist.” However, behind both of those well-known statements lies his conception of  justice, which pervades all of his works. Justice is the central concept to Proudhon’s framework, yet it is not something for which he appears to be well-known. Partially to…
Quando “Giustizia Riparatoria” Significa Riportare la Pace, non Fare Giustizia
Di William Gillis. Originale pubblicato il 26 ottobre 2017 con il titolo When “Restorative Justice” Means Restoring Peace, Not Justice. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Se c’è un punto in cui sono in disaccordo profondo con la sinistra è il fatto che opti sistematicamente per la stabilità, o per l’unità collettiva contro la libera associazione individuale….
When “Restorative Justice” Means Restoring Peace, Not Justice
If there’s one deep and profound disagreement with the left I have it’s a systematic privileging of collective stability or unity over individual free association. It’s a sad fact that leftist activists often hunger for community far more than they hunger for freedom. And one consequence of this is a persistent inability to deal with…
Black Jurors Need Not Apply on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Roderick Long‘s “Black Jurors Need Not Apply” read by Moses Sayre Sukin and edited by Tony Dreher. The way in which jurors are chosen in the United States is intended to ensure an unbiased jury; and part of that process is the right of “peremptory challenge,” by which the prosecution and…
Black Jurors Need Not Apply
If you’re black, you may have trouble getting on to a jury. The way in which jurors are chosen in the United States is intended to ensure an unbiased jury; and part of that process is the right of “peremptory challenge,” by which the prosecution and the defense are each allowed to reject a certain…
Justice is for Victims on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Jeff Ricketson‘s “Justice is for Victims” read by Dylan Delikta and edited by Nick Ford. Given how easy it is recognize in both paradigms that justice is about victims, why do people so often think justice is about punishing the criminal? Often, when protesters call for justice in the name of a victim, they…
Justice is for Victims
The recent events surrounding Michael Brown’s death raise the topic of justice in modern society to a new place in public consciousness. Many have called for justice for Brown, and almost always this consists of calling for the indictment, prosecution, and punishment of Darren Wilson, the policeman who shot Brown. Would this be true justice for Michael…
No Justice from the Prison State on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Cory Massimino‘s “No Justice from the Prison State” read by Christopher B. King and edited by Nick Ford. As prison system inspectors visited Franklin Correctional Institution they discovered an incident from three years prior in which an inmate, 27-year-old Randall Jordan-Aparo, begged officer Rollin Suttle Austin, to take him to the hospital because of…
Nessuna Giustizia dallo Stato Prigione
Di recente, il dipartimento penitenziario della Florida ha licenziato 32 secondini, misura presa dopo anni di presunte corruzioni all’interno del sistema carcerario, corruzioni alle quali è legata la morte di almeno quattro carcerati. I rappresentanti sindacali hanno definito il licenziamento di massa il “massacro del venerdì sera”. Un massacro che io approvo. Scavando tra i…
No Justice from the Prison State
Florida’s Department of Corrections recently fired 32 guards after years of alleged corruption in the prison system with at least four related inmate deaths. Union officials call the mass layoff a “Friday night massacre.” Now that’s one massacre I can get behind. Reporters digging deeper into the prison records found multiple incidents of abuse and so-called…
International Courts vs. the Nation State
Amnesty International declared that the sentence passed by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, on a case in which the Guatemalan government did not investigate the tragic murder of a teenager, tells the whole world that violence against women will not be tolerated. Maria Isabel Veliz Franco was 15 when she was sexually abused, tortured and…
The Weekly Abolitionist: Stop Caging Kids
This week marks the 2014 National Week of Action Against Incarcerating Youth. Across the country, actions will be held to protest everything from the criminalization of queer and disabled youth to the isolation of youth in solitary confinement. Ultimately, what activists are protesting is systematic child abuse by the state. Kids are being locked in…
“Abolishing Capital Punishment is Not Enough” on C4SS Media
C4SS Media presents Jason Lee Byas‘ “Abolishing Capital Punishment is Not Enough” read by Trevor Hultner and edited by Nick Ford. When we are disgusted by the unnecessary pain inflicted even on those who’ve inflicted unnecessary pain, we are disgusted with retribution. When we are outraged by the horror of a botched execution, we are outraged by the use…
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