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Homework on Jean Hampton – Punishment, feminism, political identity (Links to an external site.)

1. Hampton discusses what she calls the “traditional” left wing analysis of the punishment under discussion. She partly agrees with it, and partly disagrees with it.

a. To what extent does she agree with it? (1-2 sentences)
b. Because she partly agrees with the left-wing view, she thinks that there are “costs” to her own view. What are these costs, and how do they connect to the left-wing view? (1-3 sentences)

2. Why, according to Hampton, is violence against women political? What (and who’s) political goals does it help to implement? How does it politically affect women?

3. Why and how, according to Hampton, is violence against women especially relevant to women in the communities that the “traditional” left-wing analysis is “sympathetic” to? (1-3 sentences)

4. Consider your answers to 2 and 3. To what extent do individual acts of violence against women make a difference to what you discussed in 2 and 3? (If your answer is “sometimes it does and sometimes it does not” explain a bit more about when it does and does not)

5. Hampton thinks that punishment is justified, in part, by its expressive component. Summarize and briefly explain this idea. (1-4 sentences)

Homework on Alexander and Sherwin

Focus on pages 53-61.
All answers must be in your own words.

1. The authors discuss why even a good society, consisting of good people, needs “authoritative rules.” Give your own example of the sort of situation the authors are talking about, where authoritative rules are necessary (please don’t give an example that just superficially modifies an example from the reading).

2. The authors discuss reasons why even very good rules must sometimes “dictate the wrong results.” Give your own example of a specific situation in which a good rule will dictate the wrong result (please don’t give an example that just superficially modifies an example from the reading). Explain.

3. The idea that rules are needed, but that they can dictate wrong results, generates a problem; the strategies the authors discuss (rule-sensitive particularism, presumptive positivism, exclusionary reasons) are supposed to address this problem.
a. What is the problem? Explain this so that someone who had not done the reading could understand. (1-2 sentences)
b. What would it mean to solve it? That is, what are these strategies trying to do or explain? Again, explain this so that someone who had not done the reading could understand.(1-2 sentences)
c. In your opinion, what is the solution to the problem? Explain.
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