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Is the cost-benefit society’s justice harsher than the ancient political justice.
Posted on November 13, 2014 by lawrence serewicz
We often hear of deciding an issue by considering the costs versus the benefits. In many cases, this offers a good basic system for deciding an issue. However, when it comes to making a decision about a person, the term … Continue reading →
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