Category: moral education

Stephenson: crime is a masculine statement (III)

Posted by luno in Criminality, political philosophy, moral education, female criminality, sex differences, male criminality (Friday November 26, 2010 at 12:25 pm)
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Bianco Luno’s notes on June Stephenson’s Men are Not Cost-Effective

  I   |  II  |  III 

Not all men are criminals, but nearly all criminals are men. By a ratio of 94 to 6, men outnumber women in prison, a fact that raises the questions of whether and why crime is a masculine statement. [I wonder why this […]

Pornography and liberalism

Posted by luno in moral education, pornography, sex differences, male criminality, Mill, J. S., feminism (Wednesday September 14, 2005 at 8:42 pm)
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The limits of liberalism and pornography: notes on Lorenne M. G. Clark

Penal sadomasochism

Posted by luno in moral education, Deontology, male criminality (Monday August 29, 2005 at 1:39 pm)
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Is it possible to construe punishment as good thing?

To hurt with love…

Notes on Jean Hampton’s moral educationist theory of punishment

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