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There are several rationales for punishment, all of them are legitimated by social contract theory.

There are several rationales for punishment, all of them are legitimated by social contract theory. What are the major differences between retribution and prevention as forms of punishment

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The rationale for punishment includes incapacitation, deterrent, retribution, rehabilitation and finally restitution which... View the full answer

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The retribution philosophy believes that a wrongdoer freely chose to violate society's rules and must be... View the full answer

Retribution is vengeful as it is usually done with the intention of settling scores. It holds that the best form of... View the full answer

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