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The sixth principle of medical ethics is justice. Justice means respecting the rights and dignity of each human being. The real purpose of civil law is to guarantee an ordered social coexistence in true justice, so that all may "lead a quiet and peacable life, godly and respectful in every way" (First Timothy 2:2).What is the true definition of Justice?
TRUE JUSTICE is a condition when people have equal start point with other people in a competition, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, beliefs, race, wealth, and so forth.