- retributive justice
- See justice, social.
Dictionary of sociology. 2013.
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Retributive justice — is a theory of justice that considers that proportionate punishment is a morally acceptable response to crime, with an eye to the satisfaction and psychological benefits it can bestow to the aggrieved party and its intimates.DefinitionIn ethics… … Wikipedia
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retributive justice — noun : justice concerned with punishing or rewarding an individual … Useful english dictionary
RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE — Retribution and revenge are essential parts of the unofficial code of the West. The seeking of revenge is a noble pursuit, unquestioned in classic Westerns: “For nearly a century the Western has celebrated the man hunt and the man hunter. The… … Westerns in Cinema
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deal retributive justice — index castigate, condemn (punish), discipline (punish) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
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