Is justice a human construct or is it independent of humans?

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* Justice, morality, and every concept that deals with modifying behavior are uniquely human. Animals in the natural environment are governed by instinct.

* It is a collective human construct independent of individuals

* Justice is universal law which work the way action and reaction work

* Justice is part of a natural course of action. This universe or any other universe is based on the sole purpose of moving forward, going to an end or evolving to be a better one. During this movement of the universe, decisions are made, whether right or wrong; noone knows. Justice is part of every decision made. I think the real question should be that why do external people suffer the consequences of a decision made by a third party, if thats that case then when shall the course of Justice prevail?

* There is a sense of justice in humans and other animals too

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