高度進化社會(highly evolved society)的人們充分了解這個道理。您是否也想了解？
When you seek to "right a wrong," you imagine that punishment is required as part of the process. That is because you see the "wrong" that was done as a moral failure rather than a functional nonviability.
When, on the other hand, you seek not to punish, but simply to make something work that does not work, you merely put in a correction. You change course. You find a new way. You alter your thoughts, words, or deeds. You make an adjustment.
This is "a justment."
So we see that "justice" is really "a justment." It is the system called life adapting itself in order to go on in a way that works.
In highly evolved societies, all of this is understood perfectly. The behavior adjustment is put in, and while consequences are part of that process (it is through the consequences that are experienced that behavior adaptation becomes desirable), punishment is not.