A Philosophical Approach to Crime and Punishment

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Philosophy

 

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Bryan M

 

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November 8, 2015

 

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University

 

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Personal being a crime committed against one individual, public being a crime against society as a whole. The punishment inflicted depends on the crime, but Kant was a proponent of the death penalty in crimes of murder. In order to grasp Kant’s idea about crime and punishment it is important to understand his philosophical views in general...
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In order to grasp Kant’s idea about crime and punishment it is important to understand his philosophical views in general. Kant has three main guidelines in which he forms his ideas. Firstly, humans are to act in such a way that would will their action to be a universal law of nature. In other words, treat others as one would like to be treated in return...
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