This book is a study of the concept of justice from interdisciplinary and global perspectives. Comprised of a dozen original articles, the book discusses various meanings of justice-the Greek, the biblical and the modern. Includes philosophical, religious and ethical explorations of justice. Also, the perspectives of several disciplines in the areas of humanities and social sciences, such as literature, fine arts, history, political science, economics, psychology, sociology and law are employed in this study, enabling the reader to obtain a scholarly understanding of the subject in great breadth. Selected instances of injustices found in some parts of the world and between certain groups are discussed and these include the conditions in the Middle East and the Soviet Union, as well as the relationship between sexes. Problems and issues are discussed from a global perspective.