What is “Justice”?

I was challenged on the idea of justice. Questioner: but what is “justice”? Like, what do you mean by that? What is justice other than “just us”. Sure it’s a cute idea. Maybe we could agree that it’s just a bullshit term meant to incur emotional feeling, the silent suppressor of logic. Damien AtHope response: For to me justice or injustice are moral sentiments’ which apply to an inclination to assess condemn or praise someone or something. Justice is not limited to law it can be an expression of other shared values being achieved like having access to human rights. To question justice is to likewise deny its opposite injustice, to do so is to remove meaning of humanitarian experience. Which would be unnecessarily subversive to the voice it brings to meaning in reality. There will be the experience of both injustice and acts of justice whether you remove or replace the words words are just packages to give voice to meaning. There is never universal justice to all people in the world or for all time likewise it is also a over generalization to hint that there has never been justice or will be justice for lots of people. And it should be the goal for all people of the world whether it ever universally happens. If we question justice and injustice like they have no meaning we also have to ask what kinds of reasoning should count in the assessment of ethical concepts such as as a what they express as a whole. In what way can a diagnosis of of ethical violation be comprised denying injustice...