Justice is an ethical order and the means of its implementation; if justice is not backed by any authority, then it becomes futile and worthless. Justice can stand only if an authority makes it actionable. This is the principle of Actionable Justice. While this principle is universally manifest in human history, it has largely been ignored by the philosophers of the Enlightenment and their intellectual descendants (until now). Find out more in C. A. Brill’s short, but hard-hitting, analysis of justice, nature, and ethics.