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Pure Retribution I basically agree with the idea of Pure Retribution But in some points I can not completely agree with it Firstly I agree the returning of good for good is necessary but not sufficient because sometime even if one has never done anything good for you you still should do something good for the person For example if you see a stranger who does not swim is fallen in water You are the only one available on that spot Should you do the person a favor to save him or her The answer is certainly positive What I am saying here is that sometime doing good thing for someone is not because you reward someone for the good thing she or he has done for you rather because doing good for the person will make the her or his life better When doing so we do not intend to seek for any good reward for the person Sometime we do not even get chance to know the person well for example in emergency thus sometime return good for nothing is necessary as well if needed Secondly sometime returning harms for harms is not necessary People who claim this usually are for two purposes One is to intentionally teach a person a lesson for how harmful thing the person has done The other is to demand the fairness For the first one it is not necessary to teach someone knowledge or give an experience by returning one harms Physical experiencing is not the only way that we obtain knowledge For example we learn how cruel is the Nazi by watching the film or TV of that subject matter But no one prefer choosing to create a second Holocaust and become a victim of it in order to get an experience of Nazi cruelty Because in doing so one might lose ones life it costs too much The same thing is applied
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