Rawls vs. Carrit

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Philosophy

 

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Marco S

 

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January 29, 2017

 

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The obvious evil outcome of setting up an institution of this nature is that the officials in charge could abuse their power. There are no checks and balances in such an institution and the limit to which officials cannot exercise power is not defined. The only utilitarian argument seen in favor of telishment is in the specific case outlined by Carrit, due to the narrowness and lack of detail of his description, killing an innocent seems beneficial...
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However in all practicality telishment cannot exist. An institution which is allowed to punish an innocent person would not be utilitarian in nature. Such an institution would terrorize citizens and definitely not increase the amount of happiness. Citizens would constantly fear being unjustly punished...
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