"The Classical Debate [between utilitarians and deontologists].”

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Reading summery/analytic work paper , good for the reader to read , that will cover 2 articles

Just one paper,550 words

cover both articles.

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henryprofessor
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The Classical Debate
In this contemporary society there has been division among various individuals
pertaining to the best way to levy punishment to the offenders of multiple offenses. This
division has led to multiple individuals aligning themselves with the beliefs of the
utilitarian’s and others to the beliefs of retributivists about the ideal method of punishment to
the offenders. Utilitarian’s have asserted that punishment of the guilty is at best a necessary
evil justified of the guilty is at best a necessary evil justified as a means to the prevention of
evils even greater than itself. On the other hand, retributivist's have claimed that offenders
need to be punished in retribution for the harm that they might, or they have inflicted on
another individual.
Punishment is the justification for any offense that an individual commit and the
legalistic retributivism explain that justification of punishment is always to be found in the
fact that a rule has been broken for the violation of which a specific penalty is specified. The
punishment that is offered to the defendant should be proportion to the crime committed by
the offender and the nature of the offense need to be equal to the moral gravity of the crime
committed. Many retributivists claim that a mode of punishment offered to the defendants
needs to match the crime committed not only on the degree of harm inflicted towards the
victim but also...

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