Thought provoking piece by UCLA grad student Laura Gillespie.
UCLA graduate student Laura Gillespie gave an intriguing talk on childhood punishment at this year’s Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress. In it, she proposed a novel account that would justify the practice in at least some cases. For those who were unable to attend her presentation, she has written a short piece for What’s Wrong? that introduces what she calls the Participant View of childhood punishment. As always, comments are welcome.
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