PHIL 211 Notes
PHIL 211 Notes PHIL 211 001
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Date Created: 10/15/15
Tuesday September 29 2015 Notes Contemporary Moral Issues 39 Ernest Van Den Haag A Defense of the Death Penalty Death Penalty Arguing that the death penalty should be used Deterrence Fitting Retribution Unequal Justice 39 Reply Equality is irrelevant to the moral status of death penalty 39 Saying look at the punishment and is it fit for the crime Considered Objection Miscarriages of justice 39 1973 150 people on death row and excoriated 39 Reply All of activities have the result of killing people Trucking construction benefits overweigh outweigh costs Objection N00 conclusive evidence Reply common sense supports deterrence Reply Not decisive factor 39 fitting retribution Objection Moral degrading Reply Self inflicted degradation 39 Reply Affirms the persons humanity Tuesday September 29 2015
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