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philosophy of corporal punishment
Jones, Alfred of Poplar
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Punishment philosophy and its effects on the post-conviction process There are specific types of punishment which are deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, and retribution. Deterrence is largely used throughout the community and has effects on offenders by deterring them to not re-commit a crime out of fear of facing the same consequence. Get this from a library! Corporal punishment: a philosophical assessment. [Patrick Lenta] -- The aim of this book is to assess the moral permissibility of corporal punishment and to enquire into whether or not it ought to be legally prohibited. Against the widespread view that corporal.
The core of this book is a detailed analysis of the status of corporal punishment of children, including Areasonable spankings by parents, under international human rights law. The analysis leads compellingly to the conclusion that such punishment is indeed a human rights violation, consonant with modern norms about right and decent treatment Cited by: School corporal punishment is inflicting deliberate physical (and emotional) pain/discomfort as a response to undesired behavior by a student or group of students. It often involves striking the student across the buttocks or palms of their hands with a tool such as a rattan cane, wooden paddle, slipper, leather strap or wooden yardstick. Less commonly, it could also include spanking or.
3. Corporal punishment harms the educational process for children. Research into corporal punishment has shown that it has negative of fax, which is why it has been banned in military training and prisons in the United States. Even animals are . This Brief reviews the past, present, and future use of school corporal punishment in the United States, a practice that remains legal in 19 states as it is constitutionally permitted according to the U.S. Supreme Court. As a result of school corporal punishment, nearly , children are paddled.
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I sympathize with any argument that will take the mickey out of the latest touchy-feely psychological fashions.
And your arguments here are right that corporal punishment is not intrinsically abusive or dominating. But there is a connection between corporal punishment, on the one hand, and resentment, rage, and enmity, on the other.
Corporal punishment stems from and causes sexual deviance. Those who want to outlaw corporal punishment often argue that there are disturbing sexual undercurrents in the practice This objection is, in part, a special instance of the argument about adverse psychological effects.
In part it is a separate, but related objection. Philosophy can, of course, help supply certain desiderata of the theory, such philosophy of corporal punishment book specification of the quality and quantity of deprivations (the modes of punishment) appropriate to include in the penalty schedule; construction of the schedule coordinate with the class of crimes; identification of subordinate norms to supplement those already.
The aim of this book is to assess the moral permissibility of corporal punishment and to enquire into whether or not it ought to be legally prohibited.
Against the widespread view that corporal punishment is morally legitimate and should be legally permitted provided it falls short of abuse, Patrick.
Corporal Punishment: A Philosophical Assessment is a philosophically rigorous and engaging treatment of a hitherto neglected topic in applied ethics and social philosophy. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet Cited by: 1. A NEW READING OF KANT S THEORY OF PUNISHMENT Robert R. Hoffman Paul Guyer There are deep, insurmountable difficulties with the traditional interpretation of Immanuel Kant s writings on the subject of punishment.
Although it is undeniable that throughout his published writings on practical philosophy – and in particular in hisAuthor: Robert Hoffman. Ultimately, punishment is a matter of justice, not correction, rehabilitation, or deterrence. Viewed from this lens, there is nothing wrong with corporal punishment.
It still has a place in civil society. Timothy Hsiao is Instructor of Philosophy and Humanities at Grantham University. Corporal Punishment, Nineteenth Century and Early Twentieth Century (s to the s) Economic Sanctions, Corporal Punishment, Incapacitative Punishment, Socialist China from to the Twenty-ﬁrst Century Economic Sanctions, Incapacitative Sanctions, Corporal Punishment, File Size: KB.
Discipline and Punish is a history of the modern penal system. Foucault seeks to analyze punishment in its social context, and to examine how changing power relations affected punishment. He begins by analyzing the situation before the eighteenth century, when public execution and corporal.
Corporal Punishment: A Philosophical Assessment is a philosophically rigorous and engaging treatment of a hitherto neglected topic in applied ethics and social philosophy. TABLE OF CONTENTS chapter 1 | 17 pagesCited by: 1. Corporal Punishment: A Philosophical Assessment is a philosophically rigorous and engaging treatment of a hitherto neglected topic in applied ethics and social philosophy.
Curiously, very little has been done on the issue of corporal punishment. In this book Patrick Lenta weaves together moral, legal, and psychological considerations Author: Patrick Lenta. This is known as corporal punishment. Some Americans believe that it is a practice kept in history and other countries, but it still occurs frequently in the United States.
Under human-rights law, corporal punishment is described as, “any punishment in which physical force is used and intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort. Daniel E. Hall, an assistant professor of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida in the United States, penned this legal analysis of the prospects of American judicial corporal punishment in the wake of the caning of Ohio teenager Michael Fay in Singapore in The punishment of criminal offenders constitutes a topic that has for many years received comprehensive attention, both in narrower academic circles and in broader public debate.
This is not surprising. State-mandated infliction of death, suffering, or deprivation of freedom on citizens should from the outset be met with hesitation, and constitutes a practice which clearly calls for more Cited by: 1.
punishment (e.g., monetary, informal, incapacitative, corporal) has a poten-tial deterrent effect as long as it is perceived as a severe, certain, and swift sanction.
Theresearch literature on the effectiveness of criminal punishments out-lines the four major types of deterrence, which include the following:File Size: 89KB. Patrick Lenta, Corporal Punishment: A Philosophical Assessment, Routledge,pp., $, ISBN Reviewed by Geoffrey Scarre, Durham University "Beating," wrote Locke at the turn of the eighteenth century, "and all other sorts of slavish and corporal punishments, are not the discipline fit to be used in the education of.
philosophy of punishment is an essential par t of the philosophy of life, f reedom such as existentialism. I nitially the philosophy o f life st ands against the punishment system but later.
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Curiously, very little has been done on the issue of corporal punishment. In this book Patrick Lenta weaves together moral, legal, and psychological considerations resulting in a compelling argument against corporal punishment that will frame future debate on the issue." --Mark Vopat, Youngstown State University, USA show moreAuthor: Patrick Lenta.
Corporal punishment has been used widely in schools for thousands of years for legal and religious reasons and has spawned old proverbs such as “spare the rod and spoil the child,” which is paraphrase of the biblical verse, “He who spares the rod hates his son, but he who loves him is careful to discipline him.”However, this type of punishment is not limited to Christian-majority Author: Brionne Frazier.Books shelved as corporal-punishment: The Spanking Librarian by K.Z.
Roth, Spanking the CEO: A Strict Wife Tale by Rebecca Lawson, Quinton's Crucible by. Corporal Punishment: A Philosophical Assessment is a philosophically rigorous and engaging treatment of a hitherto neglected topic in applied Brand: Taylor And Francis.