Suffering—Is It Punishment From God For Sin?

punishmentIt has been clearly and repeatedly demonstrated that punishment can very effectively be used to control conduct. In 2014, the U.S. Division of Training and the U.S. Division of Justice issued a widely publicized joint report, entitled Nondiscriminatory Administration of Faculty Discipline, that summarized racial disparities in suspensions and expulsions; no data had been offered on corporal punishment, and the one mention of corporal punishment was a short comment that it has the potential for use in a discriminatory vogue ( U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Division of Justice, 2014 ). In an accompanying guiding ideas document issued by the U.S. Division of Training (2014) , corporal punishment was not mentioned a single time.

We end the report by summarizing sources of concern about college corporal punishment and the way forward for public insurance policies associated to the follow, reviewing state policies associated to high school corporal punishment, and discussing the future of college corporal punishment in state and federal coverage.

The search for a exact definition of punishment that exercised some philosophers (for discussion and references see Scheid 1980) is likely to prove futile: however we can say that authorized punishment involves the imposition of one thing that … Read More