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Persons Convicted of Pedophilic Crimes Should be Treated and Not Incarcerated in All Instances

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1. Treating selective offenders for pedophilic acts instead of incarcerating them in all instances allows more offenders the opportunity to reduce or prevent the expression of pedophilic behavior. 2. Giving pedophiles a greater opportunity to reduce or prevent their behavior decreases the likelihood of re-offending. 3. Persons convicted of pedophilic crimes should be sent to involuntary civil commitment hospitals rather than being incarcerated. 4. Civil commitment hospitals can provide incess...

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Williams v. Walker-Thomas Furniture Co.

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Walker-Thomas was a furniture company based in District of Columbia. Sales were made on a rent-to-own basis. Over a period of four years, Williams entered knowingly into multiple contracts with Walker-Thomas. Walker-Thomas utilized a standard contract in all of its dealings, which were not open for negotiation. The standard contract stated that items were essentially rented until fully paid for, at which point the title would be transferred to the buyer"s name. It was also stated that if any pay...

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Anger can be a good moral motivation

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Aristotle claims that anger is a useful attribute. He defines anger as a desire accompanied by pain, and says that it must always be felt towards some particular individual, and not men in general. Anger is also attended by a certain pleasure because the thoughts dwell upon the act of vengeance, and the images then called up cause pleasure. He also argues that anger stimulates the mind for deeds of war and enables men to be keener fighters. In addition, Aristotle claims that the two types of vi...

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Anger can be a good moral motivation

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Aristotle argues that there are two kinds of virtues, those that are taught and those that are learned through habit. He seeks to show that through our habits we devlope our characters. He believes we must seek out a middle ground in all virtues, as it is the nature of things to be destroyed by defect or excess. Anger, as a virtue, must also have a middle ground, meaning that it too can be good. 1) Virtue can be either intellectual or moral in nature, with the intellectual being developed thro...

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