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Natural law ethics, Hunhuism and the concept of retributive justice among the Korekore- Nyombwe people of Northern Zimbabwe: An ethical investigation
This work first looked at the evolution and power of natural law ethics and retributive justice in regulating human behaviour in contemporary society in general and in Korekore-Nyombwe culture in particular. This background ...
Echoing Silences as a Paradigm for Restorative Justice in Post-conflict Zimbabwe: A Philosophical Discourse
Drawing corroborative data from Echoing Silences (1997), an internationally acclaimed Zimbabwean liberation war novel written by Alexander Kanengoni, the article explores some perspectives on the history of violent pasts ...
‘Dismantling “Reason-based Moral Status” in Environmental Ethics.’
This article critically explores the assumptions of ‘reason-based moral status’ theorists, as well as ‘sentient’ theorists in establishing moral status. While ‘reason based moral status’ theorists regard reason as the key ...