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Retributive justice: Quiz

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Question 1: A general overview of ________ puts each of these ideals in context.
LawCrimePoliceCriminal justice

Question 2: One ________ approach to this issue argues that full restitution (in the broad, rather than technical legal, sense) is compatible with both retributivism and a utilitarian degree of deterrence.
LibertarianismAnarcho-capitalismIndividualist anarchismRobert Nozick

Question 3: A more recent version advocated by the ________ Michael Davis dismisses this idea and replaces it with the idea that the amount of punishment must be proportionate to the amount of unfair advantage gained by the wrongdoer.
PhilosophyPolitical philosophyDavid HumeAristotle

Question 4: Alternatives to retributive measures include ________, restorative justice and transformative justice.
United StatesInvoluntary treatmentInvoluntary commitmentMental disorder

Question 5: Retributive justice is a theory of justice that considers that punishment, if proportionate, is a morally acceptable response to ________, with an eye to the satisfaction and psychological benefits it can bestow to the aggrieved party, its intimates and society.
CrimeMurderLawExtortion







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