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2012 | 4(40) | 4 | 193-198
Article title

Remarks on the position of John Paul II to the capital punishment

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Title variants
PL
Uwagi o stanowisku Jana Pawła II wobec kary śmierci
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Abstracts
EN
Capital punishment is a specific issue of great importance to be perceived in the context of the powers of the democratic constitutional state. The point is about a clear answer to the question about whether from the ethical point of view the state has the right to inflict capital punishment. A discussion about this issue is not an easy one. Relevant fragments of the latest catholic catechism approved by John Paul II shed a lot of valuable light on the issue of capital punishment.
Year
Volume
Issue
4
Pages
193-198
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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