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April 04, 2012


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Ron Roper

Alas! I apologize for getting my own brand new blogsite address wrong in my response to Henk! Here's the corrent one:

Ron Roper


Right on review! You reflected my own concerns after reading most of it. However, as a follow up, may I urge you to review Wolterstorff's companion volume, Justice in Love? It amounts to an expansion of chapters originally intended to be included in Justice: Rights and Wrongs, but would have made it too long. Moreover, he had not yet fought through all the implications by the time of the first volume. You're gonna love this: http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/6615/justice-in-love.aspx

Ron Roper

Brad Jersak

Thanks for this Henk,

I think you'd also love to compare and contrast this work with Simone Weil's "Need for Roots," where she challenges the whole rights and freedoms tradition with an alternative justice based in universal human needs and their corresponding obligations. We look forward to more of your reviews in the future.


Ron Dart


I appreciated your review and insights on Wolterstorff’s Justice, Rights & Wrongs. Have you read George Grant’s English Speaking Justice? If so, where to you think Wolsterstorff and Grant might be on the same page and where part paths and why?

Ron Dart

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