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Punishments for Crimes

Summary: Utilitarians think that punishment should only be necessary if it benefits the society. This philosophy entails a logically and economically sound idea that not only serves justice but conserves our resources to allow a more enhanced society for us to live in.
On the subject of crime and punishment and whether punishment is always necessary for a crime as thought by the retributivists or on the utilitarian view that punishment is only necessary if it benefits society, I have sided with the idea that the latter idea is the more logical of the two. For this argument to have a clear and concise meaning, the term `punishment' is defined as any forced act by or unto an individual/s in response to a crime or act against society itself.

Utilitarians think that punishment should only be necessary if it benefits the society. This is a fair and just statement, not only that; it entails a logically and economically sound idea that not only serves justice but conserves our resources to allow a more enhanced society for us to live in. The main ingredient of a society is people and...

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