The insecurity state : vulnerable autonomy and the right to security in the criminal law /
- Publication info:
- Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2012.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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A Briefe Declaration For VVhat manner of speciall Nusance concerning private dwelling Houses : a man may have his remedy by Assise, or other Action as the Case requires : Vnfolded in the Arguments, and opinions of foure famous Sages of the Common Law : together with the power, and extent of customes in Cities, Townes, and Corporations, concerning the same : together with the determination of the Law, concerning the commodity, and use of Houses, and their appurtenances : Whereunto is added, The Iustices of Assise their Opinion, concerning statute law for Parishes, and the power of Iustices of Peace, Churchwardens, and Constables : and to know what they are to doe concerning Bastards borne in their Parishes, reliefe of the Poore, and providing for poore Children, what remedy for the same / London, Printed for William Cooke, and are to be sold at his shop, neere Furnivals-Inne gate in Holbourne. 1636.
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- The insecurity state : vulnerable autonomy and the right to security in the criminal law / Peter Ramsay.
- Main Author:
- Ramsay, Peter.
Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2012
- 1st ed.
- Portion of Title:
- Vulnerable autonomy and the right to security in the criminal law
- Physical Description:
xvi, 259 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -254) and index.
Table of Contents
- Failure to reassure as threat
- Failure to reassure as public wrong
- Freedom from fear
- The reassurance gap
- The ideology of vulnerable autonomy
- The right to security and the ECHR
- The right to security beyond the ASBO
- Security interests in the criminal law
- The right to security in criminal law theory
- The insecurity state
- Afterword : on the future of authority.