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When they were showing RE7, but before the logo, there's some pre-rendered footage shown. Some of the imagery evoked Parasite Eve to me. I was on the edge of my seat thinking "please tell me this crap is not the new PE".
Dodged a bullet. Only to get hit by another one
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Teeqoz said: Wright said: Isn't...punishing the criminal an act of deterrence in almost every case, instead of your punishing because of yes scenario? Deterrence is often part of the motivation, but like I said, in many modern countries, part of the reason for punishment is the punishment itself, regardless of how preventive it is. Not sure I agree...
Peh said: I don't really understand where you are going. You can't beat or break the laws of physics. Meaning, you can't move your pinky finger without willing to do so. What if you dream of doing so? What if you dream impossible figures or situations? Is dreaming an act of free will or also a result of physics?...
Teeqoz said: Well, not really. It's especially important in punishment for crimes. In many (modern at that) countries today, people are still punished for the sake of punishing the one who comitted the crime. If there is no free will, then there is no rational reason for punishment for punishment's sake, and the only reason to punish criminals is to avoid crimes being comitted in the...
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