CORRUPTION CULTURAL DIMENSION IN INDONESIA AND ITS SOLUTION: PHILOSOPHY PERSPECTIVE
Corruption is an interesting topic and it has not relatively been much explored philosophically. Frequently, the interest at corruption is limited to a narrow understanding namely financial corruption and it is not cover society which prioritizes social justice such as Indonesia. Based on the theory of Rawls social justice and development of cultural framework, the researchers created sketch of supporting factors of corruption in Indonesia and any factors to eradicate it. The research method used hermeneutic spiral by directing to e-ID corruption case, bribery of balancing funds, and vote buying in regional head election. The researchers found out strong maritime cultural factors which are manifested as a bravery, deliberation for bad intension, economic flexibility to find out sources of income beyond the rights given by the law and form of extreme affective such as greed and luxurious life as a source of corruption; meanwhile, religion and faith to God the Al Mighty is seen as a source of anti-corruption. The efforts to build deliberator agents who work using individual cognition and cultural trigger agents can be seen as important solutions to eradicate corruption in Indonesia.