In your opinion, does such mentality really deter people from committing heinous acts?
Should it be more incorporated in modern society?
What will be some changes that might arise if such rules are applied?
I don't really think it stops people from committing crimes. Especially if they are desperate and in dire need of something, or if they just can't risk too much. Sometimes the benefits outweigh the risks. But then there are those individuals that just have poor choice management.
I don't think it should be incorporated in modern society cause I think it is wrong. It will make people no different than the person who committed the crime, since technically the will be incurring the same acts upon the individual (I'm talking about the perpetrator here)
I think all hell would break lose if it was incorporated in modern society, especially since most people would most likely rebel such rules or regulations.
And notice how I said "in your opinion". Meaning what you think and no one else's. If someone happens to disagree with you, that doesn't make them wrong or right, its just what they think so hopefully no flaming. However, constructive debating is allowed. And I only say that cause it feels like some flaming is bound to happen.