Adjudication is the process of judgement within the government as well as within relations in common society. Any person who stands to judge an action of another person is participating in adjudication. Creating social order if the defining principles of adjudication, The The relation of men to regulate one another. There are two main forms of social order, Organization by common aims and Organizing by reciprocity. It is stated that without one of these forms of ordering nothing resembling a society could exist.
First, two men share an objective that neither could acheive without the aid of another. The goal of the two men will acomplish a goal that will benefit both parties. When the two men come together to acheive this goal it is an example of organization by common aims. The need of the other person to share or balance their own system. There must be a comparative advantage trade between the two men. This is the process of “organization or association” of reciprocity. The setting that makes these two standards of ordering possible are directly opposite to one another. The organization by common aims requires that both parties want the same thing, organizing by reciprocity requires that they want different things.
There are also other ways that are means of settling disputes and aiding relationships between men, adjudication being one, contrast, and finally elections. Wach of these forms of social ordering lies in method in which the parties participates in the settlement. Contract involves negotiation, elections involves voting and finally adjudication which relies on the presentation of proofs and reasoned arguments.