Against spanking

Think 21 (62):33-37 (2022)
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Abstract

In a recent article in this journal, Timothy Hsiao argues that spanking a misbehaving child is morally permissible on the grounds that it's what the child deserves. However, in this short article, I argue that Hsiao's argument in this connection is either obviously unsound or invalid.

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In defence of spanking.Timothy Hsiao - 2020 - Think 19 (54):49-54.

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