The death penalty as a punitive social

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I would like to reiterate my position from the beginning of rejecting the death penalty as a social Rdeia turn to contemporary societies to punish law -breakers and the prevailing societal norms . It is incompatible with the death most basic human rights , namely the right to life and livelihood. It may be what ancient societies may be used as a justification for punitive pink . But what the rationale used in contemporary societies , which is where human rights are the dominant feature . They've come a long way in human work on the deployment of human rights and enforcement and activated in modern societies . Is not the death penalty and only a throwback to bounce back? What justification of the death penalty in modern societies ? I mean those communities that compete with each other to find the best ways to delight their members , and their service , and raise the status of their human dignity , and the activation of their rights in all fields . In light of this , I do not see the death penalty , but a murder committed by the state as a political institution most powerful and the dominance and influence in society that executes this punishment ; since decides this institution in front of people , and declare in advance their decision to kill the defendant , and also announce the day and time that will be the implementation of this murder. Is there more cruelty of this cruelty ? Is there an affront to human dignity grossest of this humiliation ? Are there any feelings of manipulation and minds of people is clearer than this manipulation ? Yes, there are individual cases of killings ugly chilling for its ugliness and severity chilling require severe punishment as a penalty penalty. But this does not allow us to take this punishment... ... middle of paper ... and barbaric and not commensurate with human dignity . Beccaria says, " that the penalty should be to protect the community and this protection is difficult if not impossible to come as a result of cruelty and torture. Cruelty that generate cruelty and anger that leads to moderation, moderation ." Beccaria then acknowledges that " human life is no authority to another human being it." We have extended the ideas of Beccaria to the rest of Europe Vaatnguetha a lot of social thinkers and philosophers , and still current moral philosophical humanitarian initiated Beccaria flows with time , with some modifications , of course , and still earns as new supporters every day . This is evidenced by what he had done the Supreme Judicial Council in Paris , who discussed the death penalty in 1976 , was the result of extensive discussion of the abolition of the death penalty .
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