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David Rodin, Henry Shue - 2008 - 272 pages
|A final and important area of concern with the proposal of restrictive asymmetry is |
the issue of victor's justice. There are compelling reasons for contractors in the
original position not to grant war victors the right to try and punish enemy soldiers
David Levinson - 2002 - 1914 pages
|Punishment is a pain inflicted by the state and is a sort of evil in itself, so it should |
only be used to prevent an even greater evil. This led Bentham to ... Also, justice
requires fidelity, which is why Mill sees breach of contract as unjust. Justice also ...
Peter Karl Koritansky - 2011 - 223 pages
|For there is an oderantpeccare in the unjust, as well as in the just, but from |
diflerent causes; for the unjust man who abstaineth from injuries for fear of
punishment, declareth plainly that the justice of his actions dependeth upon civil
|Feinberg's second typical case of 'non-comparative justice' (along with merit |
grading) involves 'unfair punishment and rewards.' Indeed, the problem of unjust
punishment seems to be the strongest argument of believers in non-comparative
|His deserving punishment (and the severity of that punishment) arises from this |
complex of rights and duties. It is natural to describe this complex as a system of
justice. Why should my property be defended? Because it is unjust to invade it.
Karen Lebacqz - 1987 - 192 pages
|Here, the Scriptures warn against any attempt by humans to preempt God's |
justice. Having experienced ... and he gets it. Job asks for "justice," not simply in
the form of a calculation of appropriate punishment for guilt, but more
|punish a criminal in such a way that it is most reasonable to expect the |
punishment to be proportionate to the crime. ... JUSTICE IN AN UNJUST
SOCIETY The question to which we shall now turn is one that naturally arises in
relation to ...
David Daiches Raphael - 2001 - 256 pages
|That does not seem to me a universal accompaniment of the concept of justice. |
Quite apart from the gratuitous suggestion that punishment would 'always give us
pleasure' (all of us?), the 'fitness' of punishment applies only to some unjust acts.
|Penal justice and social justice It may also be objected that the account of liberal |
penal justice offered here is of no relevance ... Where the allocation of holdings is
unjust, those unfairly disadvantaged cannot rationally view their punishment as ...
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