At the heart of this essay on Simone Weil’s conception of justice as "balance" there is what she calls the transfiguring "miraculous power" of force that changes human beings - both the victims as well as the victimizers - in things. This produces an undeniable tension between "force" and "justice" that brings into play the theme of the "natural" vulnerability of the body, as well as the vital question of the obligation to others as ethical-value appeal to a "supernatural" justice.

“«Concepire l’equilibrio»: la forza, la giustizia, l’obbligo e il loro legame con la corporeità attraverso Simone Weil”

RECCHIA LUCIANI, Francesca Romana
2007-01-01

Abstract

At the heart of this essay on Simone Weil’s conception of justice as "balance" there is what she calls the transfiguring "miraculous power" of force that changes human beings - both the victims as well as the victimizers - in things. This produces an undeniable tension between "force" and "justice" that brings into play the theme of the "natural" vulnerability of the body, as well as the vital question of the obligation to others as ethical-value appeal to a "supernatural" justice.
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