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Unformatted text preview: Section: 43205 Assignment 1: Case Study Imagine a world without crime, one that is just and everyone lived in peace . When we think of images such as this do we not a feel a sense of longing, that one day it might be so . Taking this into consideration, could this universal longing be a driving force to cause any human being to feel that the state of peace should be taken by force and could it be justifiable? Most of us would agree that the world would be a safer place to live without pedophiles, drug dealers, rapist and others that disturb the order of society . If one individual or vigilante decided to kill to maintain a worldly state that would be safer for the majority, could it not be so that many of us would approve? I think we could all agree the streets would be a safer place if all these people were eliminated, out of the order of society . But to kill these kinds of people might make things a little more complicated . Even though the disorderly individuals of society are acting out of the bounds of our laws and are outcasts, it is a little cloudy as to whether the whole...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course PHL 318 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '08