Philosophical foundations of criminal law /
- Publication info:
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Philosophical foundations of criminal law / edited by R.A. Duff, Stuart P. Green.
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Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011
- Physical Description:
xiv, 543 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Introduction : searching for foundations / R.A. Duff and Stuart P. Green
- Criminal law as public law / Malcolm Thorburn
- Republicanism and the foundations of criminal law / Richard Dagger
- Political theory and the criminal law / Matt Matravers
- Foundations of state punishment in modern liberal democracies : toward a genealogy of American criminal law / Markus D. Dubber
- Responsibility for the criminal law / Alice Ristroph
- Responsibility, citizenship and criminal law / R.A. Duff
- The resurgence of character : responsibility in the context of criminalization / Nicola Lacey
- Intention as a marker of moral culpability and legal punishability / Michael S. Moore
- Wrongdoing and motivation / Victor Tadros
- Understanding the topography of moral and criminal law norms / Kenneth W. Simons
- Beyond the special part / Larry Alexander and Kimberly Kessler Ferzan
- Just prevention : preventive rationales and the limits of the criminal law / Andrew Ashworth and Lucia Zedner
- The ontological problem of 'risk' and 'endangerment' in criminal law / Peter Westen
- The de minimis 'defence' to criminal liability / Douglas Husak
- Just desserts in unjust societies : a case-specific approach / Stuart P. Green
- Groundwork for a jurisprudence of criminal procedure / Paul Roberts
- The substance-procedure relationship in criminal law / Donald A. Dripps
- Two kinds of retributivism / Mitchell N. Berman
- Piercing sovereignty : a rationale for international jurisdiction over crimes that do not cross international borders / Christopher Heath Wellman
- Criminal law and morality at war / Adil Ahmad Haque
- Criminal liability and 'smart' environments / Mireille Hildebrandt.