Death Penalty in the United States

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Philosophy

 

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Lindsay M

 

Date added:

November 8, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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‘Resolved that a just society ought not use the death penalty as a form of punishment’. Before the truth of the resolution is proved, the affirmative shall provide the following definitions to clarify the round. Just-Acting with moral fairness and impartiality. Punishment-A penalty inflicted by a court of justice on a convicted offender for the purposes of reformation, prevention and deterrence...
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If the negative chooses to negate this basic framework then the case automatically falls apart since in a theoretical just society there are no crimes and there is no evil and thus there are no murders. Therefore there is no need for a death penalty and thus the ballot should therefore be signed for the affirmative...
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