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Epstein, facing charges of sex-trafficking, mysterious money manipulating and pedophilia was found dead of an apparent suicide by hanging in a federal prison cell. Epstein was facing an investigation into his role in child sex trafficking in his home in Manhatten, on his plane, the Lolita Express and on his island, Little Jeffs. An FBI investigation in returned a page indictment against Epstein for abusing underage girls. Alexander Acosta.
The agreement required Epstein to plead guilty to state child prostitution charges leading to a month, slap-on-the-wrist jail sentence. Acosta was later forced to leave his position as Secretary of Labor for his involvement in the lenient plea deal. Accusations against Epstein did include forcing underage females into sexual encounters with him and his wealthy, often powerful associates.
To make the man even more wicked, was his belief that such behavior was sometimes acceptable. Regret that Epstein has avoided justice for his abhorrent behavior. The assumption that once a person dies, and especially by suicide, his troubles are over. There can be no justice, no further punishment. Barr was unambiguous in a speech in New Orleans,. News media and the public in general often believe justice demands harsh judgments for the kinds of anti-social crimes Epstein is alleged to have perpetrated.
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Suffering & Evil (Little Black Books, #5) by Scott Petty
On the way through, Scott deals with some of the common questions people have about suffering and evil:. Christian Book Distributors. Matthias Media. About the Author Scott is the youth minister at Christ Church St Ives in Sydney, and loves the tricky questions young people ask about the Christian journey.
About Little Black Books A new series of books that get straight to the point on the topics that Christians always have questions about. Not too big, not too fancy, and not at all boring. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.
Suffering & Evil
Bottom Line: Petty sets out to work through a tough issue in a short format. It also reveals our propensity to make value judgments about others on the basis of group membership, a trait we share with our primate relatives. But social cues are key. Another experiment highlights the crucial role of disgust in morality.
The psychologist Paul Rozin found that children under 2 years old will eat almost anything. He gave them food that was deliberately made to look like dog feces — and most of them ate it. He also found that a third of 2-year-olds were willing to eat a grasshopper. But as they get older, children become socialized to different kinds of food, depending on their culture, and experience strong disgust toward inedible objects, especially those that could harm them, like food that is contaminated or rotting.
Bloom explores the interesting overlap between feelings of disgust in relation to our food tastes and feelings of disgust in relation to our moral tastes, raising the intriguing idea that the same neural circuitry that allows disgust toward the former was co-opted in evolution to allow disgust toward the latter. I would have liked to see greater discussion of the different routes through which people develop their moral codes: Our notions of good and bad derive from systems of rules like laws or the Ten Commandments as well as from our capacity for empathy when it pains us to cause pain to others.
Bloom devotes considerable space in the book to analyzing the cost-benefit approaches to moral judgments, but devotes far less space to understanding the empathizing route.
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