Kleinig, John Ian
As far back as Plato we find raised and considered
most of the ethical problems relating to punishment.
Time has diminished neither their relevance nor their
problematic nature. Yet the problems have not always
been exactly the same - more like variations on a theme,
the variations provided by somewhat differing
conceptions of punishment, and the theme being the
just if icat ion of punishment. Punishment is sarid to
stand in need of justification. Whether this is an
unambiguous or even...[Show more]
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