I mean everyone makes mistakes in there lives but if you ibreak a unjust law than you have to look towards your morals because that’s all that comes down to.
i agree with frankie because he is right nobodys perfect and we all make mistakes and if you break the law i also agree that everyone makes mistake . and you must takes the actions for them .
1 . i agree with frankie because he is right nobody's perfect and we all make mistakes and if you break the law i also agree that everyone makes mistake .2 and you must takes the actions for them . 3. although some people do get punished for things they didn't doe also . 4. yes everyone makes mistakes but you should also think before you do things not so much as somebody should give you lead way " because of your mistake " 5. sometimes law is right that,s why they make law because some things are very serious in life 6. and people should also not be followers and be leaders because people cant get you in all types of trouble .
7.its not always about you sometimes its about others to .
I agree with Frankie because everyone isn't prefect. And if people didn't make mistakes then we would have a prefect society. I think you should expand on what you said more and I said the same thing too. Many unjust law aren't that fear.
Question 1: What was the main point of your statement?
Question 2: How are unjust laws effect us today?
Yes i agree with having mistakes. i see that mistakes only show that we're still only human at the end of the day.having to show that that making mistakes is also apart of life. I also agree again yes it just depends on your morals and how your brought about to them. Having morals for the reason on why you have broken a unjust law shows that at the end of the day you stand out from the rest in what you believe in.
If you are willing to break that unjust law people around you will not like your way of thinking and doesn't like that you don't agree with them.
I feel like the person who does the wrong should pay what ever the cost to get released from the catcher of wrong doers. The costs of the consequence, I feel should be made by the people or the government. I can also assume that if people keep doing the wrong, the price of the wrong, will go up in price, in order to keep the wrong people from doing the wrong again because they probably cant afford doing the wrong again. so as the wrong goes up in price peoples pockets will start to go bankrupt. and there will be no wrong doing again. ☺
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Well i believe the person should pay whatever cost they should pay for breaking the law no matter what. if you believed that you can break the law then you signed up for the punishment. It may be a harsh punishment but its what they get for breaking the law. even if they feel like it justice for breaking it they still should pay the price.
I agree with you about this situation and i also feel that you should be punished for breaking laws. You should only be punished for evil things and not for things that have a reason behind them. Do you believe the punishment should be so harsh? Do you believe that they should do jail time?
i agree with Erin because everyone isn't prefect. And if people didn't make mistakes then we would have a prefect society. I think you should expand on what you said more and I said the same thing too. Many unjust law aren't that fear.
Question 1: What was the main point of your statement?
Question 2: How are unjust laws effect us today?
I believe the person should pay whatever cost they should pay for breaking the law no matter what. If you break the law you are responsible for the consequences. Even if they feel like it justice for breaking it they still should pay the price. Everyone makes mistakes in there lives but if you break a unjust law than you have to look towards your morals because that’s all that comes down to. If you are willing to break that unjust law people around you will not like your way of thinking and doesn't like that you don't agree with them.
i feel the same way that you should pay the price. And i agree that you are responsible for your consequences. I said the same thing that you should pay the price for breaking the laws. and that sometimes we break the law because we dont believe in it. But why do you say that its your morals when it comes down to it? Or why does it matter what others think or you when you do break the unjust laws.
I think to stand up for the right thing is the best thing to do. I don't think it should be a price to pay if your doing the right thing. But it is the right to follow your leader rules by any means. If the community think its the best thing for them and the people around them I don't think there should be any punishment.
i agree with jayden because i think people should stand and speak about things they feel that are right or should be chnaged. but on the leader thing thats not true because you cant always tell you what your leader do. I say that because sometimes people know when there leader is in the wrong they just dint want to stand out and do the right thing.
However if there is a ruler that has the laws and someone breaks them they have to be willing to face the consequences for it. Just like in life today for certain law breaks you get sentenced to life in jail or anything it is totally fair and upon the decision of the leader. All the people should know the punishments that would be given so if they do break the law they know what they have to face.
i agree the right thing is always the best thing to do. but a rule is a rule got to follow a leaders law. the way a punishment of a law that is broken then it should have a price to pay. a law should just be follow no matter what. what do you bealive in a good law. what price should be pay about a unjust law.
I think the time depends on the level of crime they have committed.
It also depends on what they did. They could have been using self defense.
I agree with you, but these days self defense is you seeing someone walking down the street with a hoodie on, and some people think that, that gives the the right to pull out their gun and take a couple shots at a pedestrian. and also there are people in this world that get mad over small petty things such as my boy Javo so you have to be cautious at all times thought the day.
Everyone agrees that unjust laws exist. The question is whether we should be content to obey them, whether we should try to change them but obey until they're changed, or whether we should disobey them at once. Most people in a democracy believe that the second course is best. They believe that if they resist, the revolution would be worse than the injustice.
I agree that most people believe to follow with the second choice. It is mostly the option that keeps people in a good place and holds peace. In my blog I mentioned that people should be prepared for what could happen to them. If they were even willing to disobey. Why do you think that the revolution would be worse? Also what do you personally believe is the best option to follow?
I agree that the person should pay for whatever they did if you feel free to do something you wasn't supposed to do then you shouldn't have a problem paying for what you did wrong.
if you break a unjust law you need to be prepare of what can happen. it all depends on law it could be that you broke. if the law you broke has a punishment the you will be doing that. but it all depends on what it is . the punishment could be any thing you could pay fins go to jail are be killed. there are certain punishment for certain laws.
I agree on what your saying because whatever that person did they should pay the price and at the end it may not be that bad and you just have to fix your self. Because everyone isn't right there's going to be a time someone does something wrong and you just have to own up to it. 1) But what if someone isn't wrong and they did the right thing should they still be punished. 2) Or it was something that really isn't a big deal should they be punished for that to.
i feel as someone who commits an unjust law can be wrong but there really not always wrong because an unjust law is a code put of harmony with moral law. which mean the person who commits the law may seem like there not in the wrong but they are because of the law.
I think that if your following the rules and standing up and being a leader and not a follower and setting good stander then you shouldn't have to pay for any punishment because you have did anything wrong. But if you dont follow the rules you should stand up and be the better person and dont make your self look bad just do whatever you have to do and fix what you did wrong.
I 100% agree with you. But at the same time you would have to face punishment for breaking an unjust law. If you didn't, nobody would have discipline in life and everything would be way worse. I really do agree with ypu about that you would have to step upand admit that your wrong. But, What if you didnt have any punishment for doing something wrong, dont you think that would not end good? Do you think just admitting to it solves it all?
Even if it was an unjust law. I feel like a person should already know what's going to happen to them if they break a law. The consequences should already be running through their mind. Like" what's going to happen to me?" and " what are they going to do to me?". I just think no matter what kind of law was being broken the person should still have a consequence.
I agree with Moises because you know what the consequences are going to be before you do something. If there were no consequences then everything would go wrong. Everyone would If the person don't want to get in trouble for what he or she did then don't do it .Most people think about what they are going to do before they do it unless they have a lot of things going on in there head. If you think about breaking a law you should own up to it and know the consequences before it happens. I also think that if you have negative thoughts running through your head you should think and talk to somebody so you don't get yourself in trouble. Think before you break unjust laws.
I agreed with you when you say the person should know what going to happen to them and if they are still willing to go through with breaking that law then they have to face the consequences.
1.Why would they still go through with breaking the law?
2.What if they had a legit reason for breaking that law?
Action come with consequences whether or not they are good or bad. With the act of breaking an unjust law one must be ready to face the consequences. Since it was an unjust law you have known that there would be punishment. Even if that action were to bring justice to or for something. If you are even willing to break the unjust law you should be responsible for what may happen, if it was really worth breaking the law for. A person should pay just as much for what they have taken by doing to break the law. They have know and instead they insisted.
I totally agree with your response. Someone should definitely be prepared for the consequences. In my blog, I said that I think instead of breaking the law, just protest against it. There's a way around everything.
Do you agree with protesting against an unjust law?
Should someone live by the unjust law even if it's against everything they believe in?
I agree with actions come with consequences whether or not they are good or bad. Also A person should pay just as much for what they have taken by doing to break the law. From my response i said that I feel like no matter what you break the law out of you would still have to pay the consequence especially depending on the leader. I personally don't believe they should be punished or punished as hard. Why do you think they should pay for what they did if they had a reason?
i agree with you when you say actions come with consequences whether they are good or not. i feel that is right because if its an unjust law and it can still be broken somehow they deserve a consequence. i said something like that in my blog i said that the consequence depended on what the unjust law was. Do you agree or disagree with breaking an unjust law?
I agree with you because actions do with come with consequences not matter if they are good or bad. Also if they knew it was unjust law and knew their would be consequences they still did it. In my blog I said similar things. Slightly different though.
There are different kinds of laws all over the world some are serious some are not so serious but through it all they're still laws. Antigone broke the leader's law by burying her brother she believe that burying her brother is the right thing to do instead of leaving his body out for animals to pick on I believe if I was the leader in this situation I wouldn't sentence her to death just by burying her brother. My punishment would be to give her just a little bit of time in jail instead of killing her for something that she did that was more right than wrong.
I disagree of what your saying Antigone knew it was wrong. So it’s her fault she is getting punished. But what i said is they should be punished with life. Cause a law is a law no matter what. Why do you think Antigone should be punished with a little jail time? Why you think disobeying a unjust law is right?
I believe breaking an unjust law shouldn't have a price. Everyone has a different outlook on what's right and wrong though. But if breaking the unjust law is by choice, you should be prepared for any other usual punishment for breaking the law. I say this because the law is the law. Therefor, it is created by who ever is "in charge" and won't be removed unless many people stand against it. But even i that case, the law shouldn't be broken. There should just be a peaceful protest about it.
I do believe that you should do what you believe is the right. If what you think the right thing is isn't necessarily the right thing to do in the state of the law then you must face the consequences. Whatever they maybe, how big or how small, whatever the law states is the punishment then that's what you get. You knew what was gonna happen when you broke that law so now you have to pay for it.
I somewhat agree with what you are saying. I think that just because what you think is right does not mean that it is not right in the eyes of the law. In my blog i state the same thing but i put that it doesn't always mean that it is right. If you do something that you believe that is right but if the eyes of the law if you do what you did what the law thinks is wrong then its wrong because you can not go against the law and not get punished.
1.) Do you think that just because the law says it is wrong is it really wrong?
2.) Is going against the law wrong?
i feel as someone who commits an unjust law can be wrong but there really not always wrong because an unjust law is a code put of harmony with moral law. which mean the person who commits the law may seem like there not in the wrong but they are because of the law. i think that people dont mean to do the wrong. People just make mistakes when they are speaking out because they feel its right with what they are doing.
Well i believe that person should pay the price because if one don't follow the law then others won't either. If they break the law then it should be a conseqences to your action.Nobody should be above the law to break one and not get a punishment. A person should pay just as much other just think no matter what kind of law was being broken. The person should still have a consequences what they have taken by doing to break the law.People know when there leader is in the wrong they just dint want to stand out and do the right thing
I think that a person should be willing to pay any price for what they have done. If you do something that is going against the law you should be willing to pay the price. When you do something and think that you've not done anything wrong but if its going against the then you should still be punished. If have not done anything wrong then you should be okay. But just doing what you think is right isn't always right. just like Antigone she went against the law and she still took the consequences. But overall yes you should get punished for going against the law.
I agree with you. You took the words right out of my mouth. I put the same thing you did. I believe that you should still face the consequences even if you think your right. Why can't you be right in your mind but not in the eyes of the law ? Why do you still have to face the consequences even if you believe your right?
I believe that if somebody breaks a law they should be punished based off what they did wrong. Because if nothing is done they are not going to learn in they are just going to go back in do the same thing they did before.
The price someone should pay for breaking an unjust law depends on what that law is. Everyone makes mistakes at some point of our lives and were suppose to learn from them. But breaking an unjust law the person breaking it should know that everything has a consequence. whether its a good or a bad one that individual should pay their price for breaking the law. everyone is entitled to rules that they have to obey just like any other one around them.
I feel like no matter what you break the law out of you would still have to pay the consequence especially depending on the leader. I personally don't believe they should be punished or punished as hard. I say this because they are most likely doing it out of emotion or they have an actually reason. Everyone has a different outlook of what wrong and right might b so i think it all just depends.
They should pay there life for breaking the unjustly law. It doesn’t matter a law is a law. They should have realized what they was getting into when they broke the law. So death is the penalty of breaking an unjustly law. Who cares if your trying to do the right thing.
If somebody break the law of course they are going to get punish because that's the only way they are going to learn because even though everybody ain't perfect but we all make mistakes in some people learn from that in some don't the death penalty is for the people who commit murder or something even worst then that but now day you are force to do the right thing.
First of all you spelled their wrong also I agree with what you are saying a law is just a law if someone breaks a law then they have consequence.
I feel like there should be no consequence for doing whats right, even if it is a law to prohibit it i feel that there should be more thought and conversation about the reason why you broke a unjust law then to be punished for it.