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Life but is fundamental to those associations that are the basis of civiliza- Except for this, animals would live a lonely CRIMINAL CONDUCT 48 and probably perish from the earth. Through this instinct, man builds his villages and cities and life With the gre- the parental instinct drawing organizes his states and nations. garious instinct and men and the instincts and emotions of flight, fear and pugnacity, repelling and pushing them apart, conflict is inevitable. All that can be together, done is to create and cultivate as strong habits, customs and laws as possible to stand against the power of instinct arid emotion in time of need, and to remove the main inciting causes so far as man has the intelligence and power to remove them.

Consider this, you that are here present, that yet remain PURPOSE OF PUNISHMENT in an unregenerate state. That God ness of His anger, implies that any He 19 will execute the fierce- will inflict wrath without pity. Even though increasing knowledge may have somewhat softened the language of vengeance, still both religion and the law have found their chief justification for punishment in the doctrine of revenge. The church has constantly taught from the first God would ptmish the sinner with everlasting that torment.

The origin of a human being is a simple cell, an egg. This cell is fertilized and through growth after fertilization begins dividing and building and taking on the form and semblance of a human being. All children have the same origin, the same development and the same life is Each has a distinct and different equipment from any of the others. The size of the body, real and potential; the size and fineness of the brain; the delicacy and sensi- pattern, yet no two are alike. tiveness of the nervous system; the innate instincts upon which conduct mainly rests; the emotions which control action and which flow from the structure — in short, the degree of perfection perfection of the machine original cell.

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