ACT Reading 2.7 Social Science Passage
ACT Reading 2.7 Social Science Passage. With whom does Ferri associate the corrective school of criminal law?
|ACT Reading||Comparative Relationships (Compare and Contrast)|
Social Science Passage
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|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
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Choice (A) is out of the running.
Though Ferri does say that the ancient Romans were all about civil law,
he actually calls them out for having no formal philosophy on the subject.
(B) is a no-go.
Ferri also claims that there was no school of criminal philosophy in Medieval times,
and he even points out that the punishments were kind of harsh.
Answer (D) is eliminated.
Ferri does indeed associate the school of criminal law with Roeder, making (C) the correct answer.
All these school names sound harsh.
Couldn't anybody think of a friendlier term, maybe something like the "School of Rainbows and Unicorns?