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Clevo Sam wrote:Sorry for this taking so very long to do. I spent a lot of time getting insight from a number of folks regarding this and reflecting on the opinions that they offered. And then life got in the way and it honestly slipped my mind for awhile.
Anyhow, after taking the many discussions into account what I was able to synthesize is:
"Violence is the intentional initiation of un-consented harm against another human being."
Each word in this is specifically chosen. I had a better word for "unconsented" but my brain has misplaced it. If something needs clarifying as to why it was chosen please ask, along with asking over any concerns or disagreements.
julia wrote:That being said, at this point I don't have a better suggestion for wording. (I'm assuming that intent is in here to exclude situations where you turn around really fast and manage to whack someone in the head or other actual accidental infliction of harm)
88BG wrote:Violence is the unlawful exertion of physical force that:
(1) causes another person to sustain a physical or mental injury;
(2) causes another person to reasonably fear that a physical or mental injury will be sustained; or
(3) causes any damage to property not owned entirely by the person exerting the physical force.
88BG wrote:(3) causes any damage to property not owned entirely by the person exerting the physical force.
Myfriendcamilo wrote:88BG wrote:(3) causes any damage to property not owned entirely by the person exerting the physical force.
Hell to the no.
I'm not advocating vandalism, but to call it violence reduces any real meaning of the word.
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