The Mindcrime Liberty Show along with Richard Cheimison discusses what is justice and whether it exists in any meaningful sense. Is justice merely power or is it something else. What is the foundation of justice other than whatever the state and its courts/police say?
What does Aristotle or the Thomists say? Does anybody in modernity actually have any foundation for justice or are well all closeted (or not) Foucauldians, Nietzscheans, and Stirnerites. Finally, we have a discussion on pan anarchism (or general libertarianism of both left and right) as an approach to solve the problems inherent in the term justice in its current use. Would justice exist in Hoppeville or Chomskyville considering both thinkers think the current state is an unjust criminal organization?