Q from 3 and 4 The consequence is outrageous. That is why the paradox is a serious problem. An appropriate reaction to any paradox is to look for some unacceptable assumption made in the apparently convincing argument or else to look for a faulty step in the reasoning.
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Can I get more on it. Thank you, about 3 years ago Maxwel Jagero In as much as human being has a weakness of fear, fear of pain has been very strong.
Punishment of wrong doers in society may seem a normal occurrence but it's high time we thought more about it according to the dynamics of society. Not that I would like to criticise the punitive measures but the aim of punishment must as well evolve.
Retributive theory also known as just desert theory aims at revenge failing to take into account why the crime was committed and in what state of mind one was. Again it is not easy to give the right measure of punishment in comparison with the two wrongs do not make a right finally justice system is never perfect as this theory insinuates.
Deterrence theory may seem good on the surface but people view differently the pain of one punishment as a deterrence. And not everyone in society gets to know every sentence in the justice system to deter them from orchestrating an offense.
Looking critically at all the punitive measures none is as conclusive as restorative justice theory. In as much as it is said to be the most modern corrective measure not punitive, its popularity has been thwarted by old relics that would rather hail the punitive measures rather than correction.
The society has reached a point where punishment may be redundant and people have gotten used to. In the ancient African society for example raping a lady would only mean that you had to marry the lady forcefully.
Very reasonable tribunals were in place just like Shylock Holmes and his wise decisions in cases where the society would still heal after the crime is done.
Even though people argue that criminal justice must just be punitive and that correction conflicts with our laws of justice, we should find it easy to correct because the society is rotting at a faster rate.
It will reach a point where everyone will be a criminal, will you punish them all? The material has been of great help.
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