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  1. Almost always, yes. But whether justice is something absolutely positive is a complex philosophical question. One thing I know for sure – love and mercy are always higher than even righteous anger.

  2. No. These are completely opposite values. The concept of revenge is definitely negative. And justice is the desire to balance the situation

  3. I would say related concepts – revenge follows from the question of just retribution. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a soul for a soul, etc. However, here the question rests on how retribution should be carried out and, most importantly, by whom, because one's own revenge is considered lynching and also deserves punishment. Usually, justice should be satisfied in court – in the legislative body, which has the function of consideration, conviction and punishment, retribution. Symbol of Justice Themis had a sword in her hand as one of the instruments of establishing justice.

    In the moral field, such a function. Fulfills God's Judgment:�

    “Do not avenge yourselves, beloved, but give place to the wrath of God. For �is written: Vengeance is mine, and I will repay it, says the Lord “ (Rom. 12: 19-20).

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