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The Philosophical Justification of Imprisonment: Possibilities and Limits
Author, after reading and researching different papers and materials about the topic of this paper, has come to several conclusions:
• Personal freedom is very complicated term and it depends on every person individually, as every person is different. Personal freedom mostly is based on person’s inner world that is made of many different things and that can be modified and changed. Necessarily
• Personal freedom and physical freedom are two completely different things, so if a person doesn’t have a physical freedom, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he doesn’t have a personal freedom, as well.
• Imprisonment is when a person is in prison. Imprisonment always is physical. It’s not possible to capture person’s mind.
• In prison not only physical captivity can be hard, there can also be psychological pressure, as well. Which (or maybe both) is for who – depends on each person individually, as we all are different.
• Prison limits person’s physical freedom. It also limits his behavior, wishes and so on. But even if a person is in a prison, he can still have some possibilities that he can rule over. For example – personal freedom. No one can limit it or take it away.
The main conclusion about hypothesis that author gave at the beginning is - hypothesis is proven to be right. Hypothesis was – “imprisonment does not limit people personal freedom.”…
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