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67.  To rule by fettering the mind through fear of punishment in another world is just as base as to use force.  (God & Punishment)  Hypatia

 

 

83,568.  Let the punishment match the offence.  (Offence & Punishment)  Marcus Tullius Cicero

 

 

92,052.  What punishment are we meeting out to the scroungers and wastrels of this country?  (Unemployment & Punishment)  John Sergeant Meets Rab C Nesbitt

 

 

82,666.  20 years ... that’s fair enough.  They couldn’t have given me a lighter sentence, considering the facts, and I can’t complain.  I said the sentences must be severe, and I admitted my share of the guilt, so it would be ridiculous if I complained about the punishment.  (Nazis & Punishment)  Albert Speer, cited Dr G M Gilbert

 

 

3,450.  Stars are beautiful, but they must not take an active part in anything, they must just look on forever.  It is a punishment put on them for something they did so long ago that no star now knows what it was.  (Star & Punishment)  J M Barrie 

 

 

12,283.  You cannot escape the punishment of the Lord.  His justice is still unsatisfied.  (David & Punishment)  David and Bathsheba 1951 starring Gregory Peck & Susan Hayward & James Robinson Justice & Jayne Meadows & Raymond Massey & Kieron Moore et al, director Henry King

 

 

25,001.  He [father] didn’t get to be head of the Obsidian Order without a sense of discipline.  He punished me when I misbehaved.  What father wouldn’t? ... He locked me in a closet.  (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine & Discipline & Punishment)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine s7e3: Afterimage, Garak to Dax

 

 

24,195.  Only one punishment for any crime.  The law is the law.  Our peace is built on that.  (Star Trek: The Next Generation & Punishment)  Star Trek: The Next Generation: Justice s1e8, blond bloke on planet

 

 

43,078.  Let the punishment commence.  Where is the prisoner?  Then cast him down, master soldier.  No no in the pit!  (Comedy & Punishment & Prisoner)  The Young Ones: Flood ***** opening scene in back garden, BBC 1982

 

 

86,098.  Distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful.  Friedrich Neitzsche

 

 

75,247.  To take upon oneself not punishment but guilt – that alone would be godlike.  (Punishment & Guilt)  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

4,480.  If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.  (People & Good & Fear & Punishment & Reward)  Albert Einstein

 

 

6,896.  The rod, which is the only instrument of government that tutors generally know, or ever think of, is the most unfit of any to be used in education.  (Education & Punishment)  John Locke

 

 

6,966.  Rewards and punishment is the lowest form of education.  (Education & Reward & Punishment)  Chuang Tzu

 

 

6,993.  There is now less flogging in our great schools than formerly, but then less is learned there; so that what the boys get at one end they lose at the other.  (School & Punishment)  Samuel Johnson

 

 

19,997.  The punishment of criminals should be of use; when a man is hanged he is good for nothing.  (Crime & Punishment & Death Sentence & Hanging & Capital Punishment)  Voltaire

 

 

50,080.  Come Hear How You Will Be Punished.  (Church & Punishment)  Church sign, First Assembly of God

 

 

69,549.  Capital punishment kills immediately, whereas lifetime imprisonment does so slowly.  Which executioner is more humane?  The one who kills you in a few minutes, or the one who wrests your life from you in the course of many years?  (Death Sentence & Capital Punishment & Execution & Prison)  Anton Chekhov

 

 

86,108.  It is not only the prisoners who grow coarse and hardened from corporeal punishment, but those as well who perpetrate the act or are present to witness it.  Anton Chekhov  

 

 

54,270.  And it shall be, if the wicked man be worthy to be beaten, that the judge shall cause him to lie down, and to be beaten before his face, according to his fault, by a certain number.

 

Forty stripes he may give him, and not exceed: lest, if he should exceed, and beat him above these with many stripes, then thy brother should seem vile unto thee.  Deuteronomy 25:2&3

 

 

55,865.  He that spareth his rod hateth his son.  (Children & Punishment & Abuse & Son)  Proverbs 13:24

 

 

55,868.  Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it.  

 

Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him.  (Children & Punishment & Abuse)  Proverbs 22:6&15

 

 

55,869.  Withhold not correction from the child: for if thou beatest him with the rod, he shall not die.

 

Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and shalt deliver his soul from hell.

 

The father of the righteous shall greatly rejoice: and he that begetteth a wise child shall have joy of him.  (Children & Punishment & Abuse)  Proverbs 23:13&14&24

 

 

55,870.  The rod and reproof give wisdom: but a child left to himself bringeth his mother to shame.

 

Correct thy son, and he shall give thee rest; yea, he shall give delight unto thy soul.  (Children & Punishment & Abuse)  Proverbs 29:15&17

 

 

54,919.  In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ:

 

Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power.  II Thessalonians 1:8&9

 

 

59,946.  We may add that frequent punishments are always a sign of weakness or remissness on the part of the government.

    

In a well-governed state, there are few punishments, not because there are many pardons, but because criminals are rare; it is when a state is in decay that the multitudes of crimes is a guarantee of impunity.  (France & Punishment)  Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract II:5

 

 

68,876.  Punishment is the last and the least effective instrument in the hands of the legislator for the prevention of crime.  (Crime & Punishment)  John Ruskin

 

 

86,099.  Punishment is not for revenge, but to lesson crime and reform the criminal.  Elizabeth Fry  

 

 

78,665.  All punishment is mischief: all punishment in itself is evil.  (Law & Punishment)  Jeremy Bentham, Principles of Morals and Legislation 1789

 

 

86,100.  The object of punishment is, prevention from evil; it never can be made impulsive to good.  Horace Mann, Lectures and Reports on Education 1867

 

 

86,101.  Let him be punished, sovereign, lest example

Breed, by his sufferance, more of such a kind.  William Shakespeare, Henry V II ii 45-46, Scrope to King Harry

 

 

86,102.  Now, as fond fathers,

Having bound up the threat’ning twigs of birch,

Only to stick it in their children’s sight

For terror, not to use, in time the rod

Becomes more mocked than feared; so our decrees,

Dead to infliction, to themselves are dead,

And liberty plucks justice by the nose;

The baby beats the nurse, and quite athwart

Goes all decorum.  William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure I iii 23

 

86,103.  We must not make a scarecrow of the law,

Setting it up to fear the birds of prey,

And let it keep one shape, till custom make it

Their perch and not their terror.  ibid.  II i 1

 

 

86,104.  I am tied to the stake, and I must stand the course.  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear III vii 54

 

92,738.  Fools do those villains pity who are punished

Ere they have done their mischief.  (Villain & Punishment)  ibid.  IV ii 53-54, Albany

 

 

86,105.  Wherever a knave is not punished, an honest man is laughed at.  George Savile 1633-95, Political, Moral and Miscellaneous Thoughts and Reflections 1750  

 

 

86,106.  Punishment is now unfashionable ... because it creates moral distinctions among men, which, to the democratic mind, are odious. We prefer a meaningless collective guilt to a meaningful individual responsibility.  Thomas Stephen Szasz    

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