Only The Sangfroid

Mark is of fair average intelligence, who is neither perverse, nor morbid or suspicious of mind, nor avid for scandal. He does live in an ivory tower.

These are his draft thoughts…

What’s the name of the song? Explosivo. Don’t know what it’s about… Kittens explain why rehabilitation is immoral

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3 responses to “What’s the name of the song? Explosivo. Don’t know what it’s about… Kittens explain why rehabilitation is immoral”

  1. Impressive.
    Though I wonder if the same point can be made about any form of government coercion for the good of society? Next thing, we’re all turning Libertarian.
    Alternatively, punishment is retributive, but rehabilitation is necessary for society as well: merely to conform to the “club rules” of society.

    • It depends on what we mean by ‘coercion’. A State could implement a programme which makes it easier for citizens to behave in a pro-social way without using individual citizens as means to ends.

      For example, providing public education is a form of social improvement programme, yet it doesn’t take away from the autonomy of the individuals who undertake education.

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