by Rachael Goldberg
May. 9, 2019
What is justice? Who decides, who metes it out, how do we know it is truly "just"?
“These are questions we ask ourselves regularly - in politics and current events, at work, in our personal lives. They're questions humanity has grappled with over the centuries, and people will continue to do so long after we're gone. So it's only fitting that the sole surviving example of the Greek tragedies is Aeschylus' The Oresteia, a trilogy of plays that center around the accursed House of Atreus and its struggles with vengeance and justice…”