Here is your topic:
In the nation of Seecebeesia, no one is punished for their crimes. If you are found guilty of a
crime, you are sent to a rehabilitation center. You receive instruction on why your actions were
improper and you are offered training and education in order to help you improve your career
and lead a more fulfilling life. Once the rehabilitation program is complete, the offender is free to
Is this system right, wrong, or simply different from ours? Do you need more information to
make that determination?
How are you determining which category it falls in?
Could a system such as this one promote people into more moral living than our punitive
system? Are there elements of particular moral systems we learned about which you would
want to have included in the education and instruction of these criminals?
The overall goal being to have a more morally upright/ethically appropriate society, what needs
to happen in order to for that to be true under the rules of the society of Seecebesia?
Be sure that you anchor all your thoughts to our textbook or other ACADEMIC sources.
sources: yahoo answers, quizlet, wikipedia, etc.
Examples of academic sources: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Internet
Encyclopedia of Philosophy, etc (.edu normally indicates a good site to use)