Schools of Psychoanalytic Thought. By Ruth L. Munroe. New York: The Dryden Press, 1955. 670 pp. $7.50

@inproceedings{Connery1957SchoolsOP,
  title={Schools of Psychoanalytic Thought. By Ruth L. Munroe. New York: The Dryden Press, 1955. 670 pp. \$7.50},
  author={Maurice F. Connery},
  year={1957}
}
Living in society requires a co-ordination of interests, and one of the co-ordination rules is a rule of justice. Subjective justice judgements are related to a degree to which an individual accepts a resolution of a situation. Justice judgements are very important in cases of argument and dispute resolution. Subjective justice judgement is a compromise between self-interest situation resolution and necessity to follow socially acceptable norms and rules of justice. The author analyses factors… CONTINUE READING