with justification

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For their part, more objective conceptions of justification seem to have little to do with justification insofar as they set justificatory standards beyond human reach.
I take no stand on which analysis is to be preferred, although my suspicion is that they are, at bottom, not so very different: justifications are conduct rules, and belong to the theory of crime, precisely because somebody who acts with justification does nothing wrong.
Nonetheless, although the distinction between justification and excuse is reasonable enough as a point of departure it leaves important questions unanswered, largely because it is not clear what facts are relevant to determining when an individual should be regarded as having acted with justification and when an individual should merely be excused for something that she did.
One final point: although I will be concerned throughout with justification and excuse, my examples will focus primarily on self-defense.
Now, in most cases of self-defense the deeds theory and the reasons theory generate the same liability results, which is to say that in most cases both theories agree on whether the individual acting in self-defense should be regarded as having acted with justification.
22) The deeds theory maintains that in order for Alice to have acted with justification, Alice must in fact be the subject of an attack.
Next, I propose to show that justification and deification are part of a two-step process of salvation, with justification covering the first step, while deification is the last step.
These are made more difficult by commentators who align the forensic with justification and the intrinsic with sanctification.
He also linked it with justification, as his commentary on 2 Peter 1:4, the locus classicus on divinization, makes clear: "We should notice that it is the purpose of the Gospel to make us sooner or later like God; indeed, it is, so to speak, a kind of deification.
Calvin is very much the teacher of the "peaceful rest and serene tranquillity" that comes with justification.
As with justifications claimed by private fiduciaries, this legal
account effectively does away with justifications as a distinct category