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Justice and ethics: How does Bernard Lonergan's usage of ethics facilitate the realization of social justice (Jus Civile), legal justice (Jus Ad rem), and natural-moral justice (Jus naturalis)?

Holt, PS and Basden, A 2007, 'Justice and ethics: How does Bernard Lonergan's usage of ethics facilitate the realization of social justice (Jus Civile), legal justice (Jus Ad rem), and natural-moral justice (Jus naturalis)? ' , Journal of Security Education, 2 (2) , pp. 81-106.

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Abstract

“Unauthorized network intrusions affect us all. Worse yet, certain classes of unauthorized network intrusions are a very serious matter; ones in which there are minimal defensive actions to prevent such attacks.” Denial-Of-Service (DoS) and Distributed Denial-Of-Service (DDoS) attacks are the class of attack vectors this paper examines and demystifies. We will examine certain aspects (multi/polyaspectuality) of these class-attacks by investigating the following:
• The online statement from Carnegie Mellon's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT/CC Timeline, May 2001).
The interplay of three types of justice: Legal Justice (Jus Ad Rem), Social Justice (Jus Civile), and Natural-Moral Justice, or Ethics (Jus Naturalis), while asking the reasonable question, “Can these three types of justice co-exist?”
The application of Lonergan's ethics, whose employment allows for the examination of the good, obligation, and value.
• In doing so, we hope to arrive at some preliminary answers that will (1) serve as a concrete foundation that will verify the authenticity of positions and further develop those positions; and (2) serve to undermine and destroy weak positions, the ones which are in fact counterpositions and reverse them to concrete positions that are attentive, intelligent, reasonable, and responsible to the individual, the group that said person is a member of, and the society in which they are situated.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Information security and justice; the dynamic interplay of information security and social justice; legal justice; natural-moral justice; CERT/CC DDoS announcement May 2001; Jus Civile; Jus Ad Rem; Jus Naturalis; Bernard Lonergan; dynamics of knowing; dynamics of doing
Themes: Subjects / Themes > H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Subjects outside of the University Themes
Schools: Colleges and Schools > College of Business & Law > Salford Business School > Centre for Digital Business
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Security Education
Publisher: Routledge
Refereed: Yes
ISSN: 1550-7890
Depositing User: H Ahmad
Date Deposited: 29 Nov 2010 10:42
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2013 17:38
URI: http://usir.salford.ac.uk/id/eprint/11530

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