Breaking The Law Is Morally Justified Essays and Term Papers

  • Can Breaking the Law Ever Be Justified?

    Anav Pradhan (GP2) Can breaking the law ever be justified? Imagine a world without those brave people who dared to not abide by the law and fight for a right. A world without Gandhi would be a world without independent India; without Mandela there would be white superiority in Africa; without freedom...

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  • Can breaking the law ever be justified?

    Can breaking the law ever be justified? Any country or a place has its set of rules or laws. They are made in order to keep the place safe and peaceful. Some may have a set of rules while others may have rules that are open to changes and additions. These rules are set to govern people and keep them...

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  • Can breaking the law ever be justified?

    There were times in history when breaking the law was justified: great leaders like Gandhi and Martin Luther King broke the law and changed the world for the better. Breaking the law is morally justifiable and acceptable when the law in itself is iniquitous and if that law violates human rights and conscience;...

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  • Are There Instance in Which Breaking the Law Is Morally Justfied

    “Some Laws can be broken, some laws may be broken, and some laws must be broken.” As citizens in the modern society, we are all restrained by the law. Laws are created to maintain order and to monitor actions and work. They were created to govern us, and at the same time provide us with safety. If...

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  • Is Abortion Morally Justified

    Is abortion morally justifiable? The issue concerning abortion is considered to divide many individuals, it tends to be fought over the point in which a foetus (an unborn human baby more than eight weeks after conception) becomes an independent life that has its own values: before birth or after...

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  • When Committing Murder is Morally Justified

    Murder is Morally Justified There are many occasions when murders are committed and murderers are not brought to justice. In And Then There Were None and Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie the theme in the books is, the morality of murder - that murder can be right and morally justified. Both...

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  • Was the Iraq War Morally Justified?

    con side of this determination. In the following arguments, this paper will concentrate not on security issues as much as whether the war was morally justified. On January 17, 1991 the United States spear headed a coalition of countries in an intervention into Iraq after Iraqi forces invaded Kuwait...

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  • Breaking the Law

    Breaking the Law Throughout history many situations have called for noble individuals to break the law to stand up for a particular belief or idea. Two Individuals from the text that have done this successfully are Martin Luther King Jr. and Thomas Jefferson. Today in our society there are hardly...

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  • Breaking the Law

    Breaking The Law Nowadays people think rules is not something important in their life and they are not following the rules even they break the rules. For them, they can do whatever they wanted in this world because they think this world is belong to them. Their bad behaviors distract people...

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  • Can Torture Ever Be Morally Justified?

    the article by W.L. Twining and P.E. Twining ‘Bentham on Torture’ at vol. 24 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 305, what is morally wrong with torture? Can it ever be morally justified? If so, when? If not, why not? Torture is not a popular practice amongst any developed society. To some, it is an...

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  • Is Affirmative Action in the University Setting Morally Justified

    Is Affirmative Action in the university setting morally justified? Affirmative action is defined as the effort to improve employment and educational opportunities as well as promote the rights or progress of minority groups and women. A minority group is any type of person that is differing from...

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  • The Dangers of Breaking Man Law

    No one really knows the true reason why, but it is something that is in all men’s minds. This is an unspoken, not even written down, “Man law” that is present amongst men. For some reason, it is just something about personal space while using the urinals that grinds the gears of most men. Let’s...

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  • Laws should be justified

    explained on the same base. Elaboration: In such case, science is more misleading for us to understand and is lacking explanation. Link: Till now, laws and theories we have learnt are not really universal, hence science may not always prove a solution. 4) Topic Sentence: No, science improves and...

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  • Is Breaking the Law for a Cause Justifiable

    Gonzalez ENG 151 (9061) April 9, 2013 Defining the Elasticity of the Law In what situation would breaking the law become plausible? What circumstances will justify a person’s actions when they decide breaking the law becomes a necessary matter? The variables are essential. What type of crime...

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  • Socrates in Law Breaking

    When are we justified in breaking the law? In the case of Socrates I believe him breaking the law was justifiable, although I don’t believe what he did was really breaking the law especially today in modern government. Today we are free with our speech, press and free to do what we want within limitations...

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  • Crime and Breaking Law

    Crime is the breaking of rules or laws for which some governing authority can ultimately prescribe a conviction. I believe that every country has some problems with crime, Lithuania isn’t an exception too. It’s not a secret that crime rate in Lithuania is rather high. According to the statistics the...

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  • Does Breaking a Law Makes a Criminal?

    In Class Writing: Does breaking a law makes a criminal? To judge whether breaking a law makes a criminal, first we must define the terms law and crime. Every society makes and enforces laws that govern the conduct of the individuals. Without law we cannot live. Laws maximizes our individual right,...

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  • Could the existence of Hell as a place of eternal punishment be morally justified?

    to face punishment for all their sins. However, there is a problem associated with the existence of hell, especially if the idea that there is a morally perfect theistic god is proposed. The idea that there is an irreversible hell where people can be sent would be incompatible with the theistic god...

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  • Were the American Colonists Justified in Wagin War and Breaking Away

    "Were the American colonists justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain" The colonists were in every right, aspect and mind, not only justified but also it was about time that they stood of and actually take action against the British. The choice of going to war with them, was the only...

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  • Civil Disobedience: Breaking the Law and Causing Violence

    Such differences have lead to the increasing acts of injustice throughout the world. With injustice comes protestors, who are willing to disobey the law for their cause. Lewis H. Can Dusen Jr., a distinguished lawyer in “Civil Disobedience: Destroyer of Democracy” wrote that “civil disobedience involves...

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