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How Criminal Punishment Should Work

On the topics of adult vs juvenile justice and prison education

Photo by Emiliano Bar on Unsplash

To come to any conclusions about how criminal punishment should work, what punishment is for must first be understood.

In an effort to find a good answer to that question I will examine two philosophical theories of punishment, Retribution theory, and Moral Education…




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Tyler Piteo-Tarpy

Tyler Piteo-Tarpy

Essayist, poet, screenwriter, and comer upper of weird ideas. My main focus will be on politics and philosophy but when I get bored, I’ll write something else.

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