Well, I've Never Cited Leo Strauss in an Argument. But You Know What the Argument Is About. So Here Goes.By Martin PeretzJanuary 5, 2010Add to PocketSubscribeDigital subscriptionjust $1 an issueAnd maybe you don't know. It's about justice and punishment. Or, more aptly, about the self-preservation of society and commutative justice. The argument comes from Leo Strauss, Natural Right and History, pp. 160-161. This is an invitation to a debate.