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|(Harris and Wilkins, 1988: 3—4) Thus, the conditions that foster crime and |
violence on an individual level can also lead to destructive behavior on a group
level.15 As Aristotle noted some two millennia ago, “Poverty is the parent of
|THEORIES OF CRIME AS EXPLANATIONS OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR Theories |
of crime are as Old as crime itself. Aristotle claimed that “poverty is the parent of
revolution and crime.” But most ancient explanations of crime took a religious ...
|'Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime.' Aristotle Crime is an act of breaking |
the law of the land. Crimes may be committed against the state as well as against
your fellow men. Crimes most frequently committed are murder, burglary, rape ...
|A jilted lover may fly into a rage and commit assault or murder - a so-called 'crime |
of passion'. ... a series of recognised mental disorders may be urged on to commit
acts of violence by imaginary Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime.
|But in the absence of statistics— and all meaningful Soviet criminal statistics are |
absent— no one besides a handful of Soviet officials can evaluate the full effect
of the ... As Aristotle put it: "Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime.
|A second biblically grounded principle of justice is this: government should work |
toward the elimination of all poverty. Since, as Aristotle said, "poverty is the
parent of revolution and crime," this goal of government should be congenial to ...
|n the United States we tend to attribute poverty to individual flaws such as |
laziness, intemperance, or inability to defer gratification. This tendency to “blame
the victim” ... Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime. ARISTOTLE SOURCE:
|They don't feel the effects and dilemma of poverty with us. ... than from the hunger |
in the hands of corruption,” said the lead rebel rescuer, “As we all know, equality
could only exist in poverty.” “Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime.
|He then moves to the subject of property in its human relationships and considers |
the limits of communism and individualism. He rejects the former as impossible
but he tells us that "poverty is the parent of revolution and crime." At no time does