For example, a high street fashion store that wishes to employ younger staff in order to reflect their brand image will not be able to objectively justify
this because it is not a valid aim.
Rather, what matters is both what it is possible to accomplish 'when we try to justify
our moral beliefs', and 'which debates in epistemology make sense' (251; cf.
Though they may be of use to constrain judicial decisions, they nonetheless fail to provide sufficient guidance to determine and thereby justify
The church ends up twisting its own Scriptures and theological tradition to justify
and encourage enthusiastic participation in the state's wars, social policies, morality and economic system.
Therefore the principle of double effect cannot be used to justify
In Images the court held the IRS did not substantially justify
The act restores judicial review of such laws, requiring the government to justify
their application to a particular religious practice by showing that it is the least restrictive means of serving a compelling interest.
Kevin and Renice Ward created Justify
That in March of this year in response to the plight of cotton farmers and workers in sweatshops.
Flow can Muslims rebel to the name of the people and justify
killing civilians with impunity?
It was out of the Bible" Spong continues, "that pious and devout people drew the definitions they sought to impose on powerless people and to justify
the oppression that these powerful religious voices seemed eager to impose.
These tools may justify
further governmental intrusions, including intrusions into personal privacy, when the officer's initial response reveals additional information.
In scripture God commands the Hebrews to annihilate the Amalekites (1 Samuel) and Canaanites (Joshua) inhabiting the Promised Land, and later generations of Jews saw this "ban" as justifying the Maccabean revolt and the "zealot" rebellions of Jesus' day, while Christians have used these texts to justify
the Crusades, the wars of religion after the Reformation, and the colonial slaughter of indigenous peoples.
But does making Iraq a democracy, although a laudable goal, justify
killing thousands of Iraqis and getting a lot of our soldiers killed and wounded?
(dikaioo) is translated "put into a right relationship," "acquit," and "declare and treat as righteous.
History is replete with examples of governments using agents provocateurs to justify
eliminating the opposition and assuming dictatorial powers.