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In: Law in Society: Reflections on Children, Family, Culture and Philosophy

certainty of retributive sanction attaching to the consequences of the criminal violation. Retribution in some legal systems goes back to Talmudic Talion Law (with its famous codification of an “eye for an eye”) which was designed to provide “justice” or, more appropriately, satisfaction to the victims

In: Contemporary Issues Facing the International Criminal Court