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Justification of Violence
b) If a person punches you in the face and seems intentions to keep doing so, it may seem justified to try and respond to the physical violence.
c) Yet, to mobbing, you are not justified in replying with a punch.
d) Thus, for instance, to a punch you may be legitimate to respond with a punch.
a) The most plausible justification of violence is when it is perpetrated in return of other violence.