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    Criminal Law and Philosophy

    Criminal Law and Philosophy

    2007, vol.1

    2008, vol.2

    2009, vol.3

    2010, vol.4

    2011, vol.5

    2012, vol.6

    2013, vol.7

    2014, vol.8

    2015, vol.9

    2016, vol.10


     

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2007, vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jeffrie G. Murphy

    Legal moralism and retribution revisited

    No.1, January

    pp. 5-20

    Marcia Baron

    Excuses, excuses

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-39

    Jeremy Horder

    Excuses in law and in morality: a response to Marcia Baron

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-47

    R. A. Duff

    Excuses, moral and legal: a comment on Marcia Baron s excuses, excuses

    No.1, January

    pp. 49-55

    Mireille Hildebrandt

    European criminal law and European identity

    No.1, January

    pp. 57-78

    George Pavlich

    The lore of criminal accusation

    No.1, January

    pp. 79-97

    Erik Claes

    Discussion (A) Deconstruction, criminalisation and the criminal law: a reply to Pavlich s The Lore of Criminal Accusation

    No.1, January

    pp. 99-105

    Ronnie Lippens

    Discussion (B) Re- ordering ethical sensitivity with Pavlich: notes on abolitionism

    No.1, January

    pp. 107-113

    John Gardner

    Complicity and causality

    No.2, May

    pp. 127-141

    Tatjana Hornle

    Commentary to "Complicity and Causality"

    No.2, May

    pp. 143-149

    Lindsay Farmer

    Complicity beyond Causality

    No.2, May

    pp. 151-156

    William Wilson

    What's wrong with murder?

    No.2, May

    pp. 157-177

    Kimberley Brownlee

    The communicative aspects of civil disobedience and lawful punishment

    No.2, May

    pp. 179-192

    Victor Tadros

    Rethinking the presumption of innocence

    No.2, May

    pp. 193-213

    Tom Sorell

    On special protections for rescuers and helpers

    No.2, May

    pp. 215-222

    Nicola Lacey

    Space, time and function: intersecting principles of responsibility across the terrain of criminal justice

    No.3, September

    pp. 233-250

    Alan Norrie

    Historical differentiation, moral judgment and the modern criminal law

    No.3, September

    pp. 251-257

    Victor Tadros

    Distinguishing general theory, doctrine and evidence in criminal responsibility: a response to Lacey

    No.3, September

    pp. 259-265

    Robert Sullivan

    First degree murder and complicity- conditions for parity of culpability between principal and accomplice

    No.3, September

    pp. 271-288

    Christopher Kutz

    Causeless complicity

    No.3, September

    pp. 289-305

    Peter Westen

    Why criminal harms matter: Plato's abiding insight in the Laws

    No.3, September

    pp. 307-326

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2008, vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Claudia Card

    Ticking Bombs and Interrogations

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-15

    Clare Chambers

    Torture as an Evil: Response to Claudia Card, Ticking Bombs and Interrogation

    No.1, January

    pp. 17-20

    Andrew Ashworth, Lucia Zedner

    Defending the Criminal Law: Reflections on the Changing Character of Crime, Procedure, and Sanctions

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-51

    Stuart P. Green

    Rationing Criminal Procedure: A Comment on Ashworth and Zedner

    No.1, January

    pp. 53-58

    Rowan Cruft

    Liberalism and the Changing Character of the Criminal Law: Response to Ashworth and Zedner

    No.1, January

    pp. 59-65

    Paulo D. Barrozo

    Punishing Cruelly: Punishment, Cruelty, and Mercy

    No.1, January

    pp. 67-84

    Douglas Husak

    Why Criminal Law: A Question of Content?

    No.2, June

    pp. 99-122

    Kimberley Brownlee

    Justifying Punishment: A Response to Douglas Husak

    No.2, June

    pp. 123-129

    C. M. V. Clarkson

    Why Criminal Law? The Role of Utilitarianism: A Response to Husak

    No.2, June

    pp. 131-135

    Peter Westen

    Individualizing the Reasonable Person in Criminal Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 137-162

    Mireille Hildebrandt

    Ambient Intelligence, Criminal Liability and Democracy

    No.2, June

    pp. 163-180

    Richard L. Lippke

    To Waive or Not to Waive: The Right to Trial and Plea Bargaining

    No.2, June

    pp. 181-199

    Rene Foque

    Criminal Justice in a Democracy: Towards a Relational Conception of Criminal Law and Punishment

    No.3, October

    pp. 207-227

    Matt Matravers

    Comments on Foque, Criminal Justice in a Democracy

    No.3, October

    pp. 229-233

    Sandra Marshall

    The Footnote to Athens: Comments on Rene Foque

    No.3, October

    pp. 235-240

    Steven Keith Tudor

    Why Should Remorse be a Mitigating Factor in Sentencing?

    No.3, October

    pp. 241-257

    Richard L. Lippke

    Response to Tudor: Remorse- based Sentence Reductions in Theory and Practice

    No.3, October

    pp. 259-268

    Steven Tudor

    Remorse, Reform and the Real World: Reply to Lippke

    No.3, October

    pp. 269-272

    Patrick Lenta, Douglas Farland

    Desert, Justice and Capital Punishment

    No.3, October

    pp. 273-290

    Jane Johnson

    Revisiting Kantian Retributivism to Construct a Justification of Punishment

    No.3, October

    pp. 291-307

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2009, vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Stephen P. Garvey

    Dealing with Wayward Desire

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-17

    Vera Bergelson

    The Case of Weak Will and Wayward Desire

    No.1, January

    pp. 19-28

    Ian Howard Dennis

    On Necessity as a Defence to Crime: Possibilities, Problems and the Limits of Justification and Excuse

    No.1, January

    pp. 29-49

    Douglas Husak

    The Costs to Criminal Theory of Supposing that Intentions are Irrelevant to Permissibility

    No.1, January

    pp. 51-70

    Alec Walen

    Comments on Doug Husak: The Low Cost of Recognizing (and of Ignoring) the Limited Relevance of Intentions to Permissibility

    No.1, January

    pp. 71-78

    Michael T. Cahill

    Grading Arson

    No.1, January

    pp. 79-95

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Arson and the Special Part

    No.1, Januay

    pp. 97-101

    Tatjana Hornle

    Shooting Down a Hijacked Plane- The German Discussion and Beyond

    No.2, June

    pp. 111-131

    Youngjae Lee

    The Defense of Necessity and Powers of the Government

    No.2, June

    pp. 133-145

    Alan Brudner

    Excusing Necessity and Terror: What Criminal Law Can Teach Constitutional Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 147-166

    Roger A. Shiner

    Theorizing Criminal Law Reform

    No.2, June

    pp. 167-186

    Jakob von Holderstein Holtermann

    Outlining the Shadow of the Axe- On Restorative Justice and the Use of Trial and Punishment

    No.2, June

    pp. 187-207

    Kenneth W. Simons

    Mistake of Fact or Mistake of Criminal Law? Explaining and Defending the Distinction

    No.3, October

    pp. 213-239

    Larry Alexander

    Facts, Law, Exculpation, and Inculpation: Comments on Simons

    No.3, October

    pp. 241-245

    Donald A. Dripps

    The Priority of Politics and Procedure over Perfectionism in Penal Law, or, Blackmail in Perspective

    No.3, October

    pp. 247-260

    Russell L. Christopher

    A Political Theory of Blackmail: A Reply to Professor Dripps

    No.3, October

    pp. 261-269

    Darryl Brown

    History's Challenge to Criminal Law Theory

    No.3, October

    pp. 271-287

    Martin Skladany

    The Executive as Executioner and the Informed Governance Principle

    No.3, October

    pp. 289-300

    Deborah Hellman

    Willfully Blind for Good Reason

    No.3, October

    pp. 301-316

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2010, vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Lene Bomann-Larsen

    Revisionism and Desert

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-16

    Hamish Stewart

    The Limits of the Harm Principle

    No.1, January

    pp. 17-35

    Vincent Chiao

    Intention and Attempt

    No.1, Hanuary

    pp. 37-55

    Re'em Segev

    Sub- Optimal Justification and Justificatory Defenses

    No.1, January

    pp. 57-76

    Nicole A Vincent

    On the Relevance of Neuroscience to Criminal Responsibility

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-98

    Nicola Lacey

    Psychologising Jekyll, Demonising Hyde: The Strange Case of Criminal Responsibility

    No.2, June

    pp. 109-133

    Douglas Husak

    Mistake of Law and Culpability

    No.2, June

    pp. 135-159

    Mireille Hildebrandt

    The Indeterminacy of an Emergency: Challenges to Criminal Jurisdiction in Constitutional Democracy

    No.2, June

    pp. 161-181

    Shachar Eldar

    Punishing Organized Crime Leaders for the Crimes of their Subordinates

    No.2, June

    pp. 183-196

    Tyrone Kirchengast

    Proportionality in Sentencing and the Restorative Justice Paradigm: Just Deserts for Victims and Defendants Alike?

    No.2, June

    pp. 197-213

    Mark Coeckelbergh

    Criminals or Patients? Towards a Tragic Conception of Moral and Legal Responsibility

    No.2, June

    pp. 233-244

    Larry May

    Habeas Corpus as Jus Cogens in International Law

    No.3, August

    pp. 249-265

    Massimo Renzo

    A Criticism of the International Harm Principle

    No.3, August

    pp. 267-282

    Leslie P. Francis, John G. Francis

    Stateless Crimes, Legitimacy, and International Criminal Law: The Case of Organ Trafficking

    No.3, July

    pp. 283-295

    Steve Viner

    Self- Defense, Punishing Unjust Combatants and Justice in War

    No.3, August

    pp. 297-319

    Mirko Bagaric

    The Right to an Impartial Hearing Trumps the Social Imperative of Bringing Accused to Trial Even Down Under

    No.3, July

    pp. 321-339

    Mohamad Al-Hakim

    Making Room for Hate Crime Legislation in Liberal Societies

    No.3, July

    pp. 341-358

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2011, vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Susan Dimock

    What are Intoxicated Offenders Responsible for? The Intoxication Defense Re- examined

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-20

    Roberto Gargarella

    Penal Coercion in Contexts of Social Injustice

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-38

    Dale Spencer

    Event and Victimization

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-52

    Zachary Hoskins

    Fair Play, Political Obligation, and Punishment

    No.1, January

    pp. 53-71

    Greg Roebuck, David Wood

    A Retributive Argument Against Punishment

    No.1, January

    pp. 73-86

    Kenneth W. Simons

    When is Negligent Inadvertence Culpable?: Introduction to Symposium, Negligence in Criminal Law and Morality

    No.2, June

    pp. 97-114

    Holly M. Smith

    Non- Tracing Cases of Culpable Ignorance

    No.2, June

    pp. 115-146

    Michael S. Moore, Heidi M. Hurd

    Punishing the Awkward, the Stupid, the Weak, and the Selfish: The Culpability of Negligence

    No.2, June

    pp. 147-198

    Douglas Husak

    Negligence, Belief, Blame and Criminal Liability: The Special Case of Forgetting

    No.2, June

    pp. 199-218

    Andrew Ashworth

    The Unfairness of Risk- Based Possession Offences

    No.3, October

    pp. 237-257

    Malcolm Thorburn

    The Constitution of Criminal Law: Justifications, Policing and the State s Fiduciary Duties

    No.3, October

    pp. 259-276

    Richard L. Lippke

    Social Deprivation as Tempting Fate

    No.3, October

    pp. 277-291

    Miriam Gur-Arye

    Justifying the Distinction Between Justifications and Power (Justifications vs. Power)

    No.3, October

    pp. 293-313

    James Edwards

    Coming Clean About the Criminal Law

    No.3, October

    pp. 315-332

    Vinit Haksar

    Necessary Evil: Justification, Excuse or Pardon?

    No.3, October

    pp. 333-347

    Sonu Bedi

    Why a Criminal Prohibition on Sex Selective Abortions Amounts to a Thought Crime

    No.3, October

    pp. 349-360

    Brian Rosebury

    Moore's Moral Facts and the Gap in the Retributive Theory

    No.3, October

    pp. 361-376

    Jonathan Witmer-Rich

    It's Good to be Autonomous: Prospective Consent, Retrospective Consent, and the Foundation of Consent in the Criminal Law

    No.3, October

    pp. 377-398

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2012, vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrew Cornford

    Criminalising Anti- Social Behaviour

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-19

    Kevin J. Murtagh

    What is Inhuman Treatment?

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-30

    J. D. Shepherd

    A Human Right not to be Punished? Punishment as Derogation of Rights

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-45

    Leslie Pickering Francis, John G. Francis

    Criminalizing Health- Related Behaviors Dangerous to Others? Disease Transmission, Transmission-Facilitation, and the Importance of Trust

    No.1, January

    pp. 47-63

    Michelle Madden Dempsey

    How to Argue About Prostitution

    No.1, January

    pp. 65-80

    Larry Alexander, Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Moore or Less Causation and Responsibility Reviewing Michael S. Moore, Causation and Responsibility: An Essay in Law, Morals and Metaphysics (OUP 2009)

    No.1, January

    pp. 81-92

    David Dolinko

    Review of Crime and Culpability: A Theory of Criminal Law

    No.1, January

    pp. 93-102

    Albert W. Dzur

    Participatory Democracy and Criminal Justice

    No.2, June

    pp. 115-129

    Roberto Gargarella

    Law and Social Protests

    No.2, June

    pp. 131-148

    Emmanuel Melissaris

    Property Offences as Crimes of Injustice

    No.2, June

    pp. 149-166

    Friedrich Toepel

    The Fault Element in the History of German Criminal Theory: With Some General Conclusions for the Rules of Imputation in a Legal System

    No.2, June

    pp. 167-186

    Miriam Gur-Arye

    Human Dignity of Offenders : A Limitation on Substantive Criminal Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 187-205

    Shachar Eldar

    Holding Organized Crime Leaders Accountable for the Crimes of their Subordinates

    No.2, June

    pp. 207-225

    Luis Duarte d'Almeida

    O Call Me Not to Justify the Wrong: Criminal Answerability and the Offence/Defence Distinction

    No.2, June

    pp. 227-245

    Peter Chau

    Duff on the Legitimacy of Punishment of Socially Deprived Offenders

    No.2, June

    pp. 247-254

    Ekow N. Yankah

    Crime, Freedom and Civic Bonds: Arthur Ripstein s Force and Freedom: Kant s Legal and Political Philosophy

    No.2, June

    pp. 255-272

    Larry Alexander, Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Iconoclasts? Who, Us? A Reply to Dolinko

    No.2, June

    pp. 281-287

    Tatjana Hornle

    Criminalizing Behaviour to Protect Human Dignity

    No.3, October

    pp. 307-325

    Jukka Varelius

    Two Challenges for Dignity as an Expressive Norm

    No.3, October

    pp. 327-340

    Susan Dimock

    Intoxication and the Act/ Control/ Agency Requirement

    No.3, October

    pp. 341-362

    Douglas Husak

    Intoxication and Culpability

    No.3, October

    pp. 363-379

    Vera Bergelson

    Choice of Evils: In Search of a Viable Rationale

    No.3, October

    pp. 289-305

    R. A. Duff

    Symposium: Gideon Yaffe's Attempts

    No.3, October

    pp. 381-381

    Alec Walen

    Potholes on the Path to Purity: Gideon Yaffe s Overly Ambitious Attempt to Account for Criminal Attempts

    No.3, October

    pp. 383-386

    Alfred R. Mele

    Crimes of Negligence: Attempting and Succeeding

    No.3, October

    pp. 387-398

    Douglas Husak

    Why Punish Attempts at All? Yaffe on The Transfer Principle

    No.3, October

    pp. 399-410

    R. A. Duff

    Guiding Commitments and Criminal Liability for Attempts

    No.3, October

    pp. 411-427

    Gideon Yaffe

    More Attempts: A Reply to Duff, Husak, Mele and Walen

    No.3, October

    pp. 429-444

    Michael S. Moore

    Moore's Truths About Causation and Responsibility: A Reply to Alexander and Ferzan

    No.3, October

    pp. 445-462

    Larry Alexander, Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Ferzander's Surrebuttal

    No.3, October

    pp. 463-465

    Mark A. Drumbl

    From Oblivion to Memory: A Blueprint for the Amnesty Mark Freeman: Necessary Evils: Amnesties and the Search for Justice, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2009, 352 pp, ISBN 978- 0- 521- 89525- 5 (hardback)

    No.3, October

    pp. 467-477

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2013, vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Michelle Madden Dempsey

    Victimless Conduct and the Volenti Maxim: How Consent Works

    No.1, January

    pp. 11-27

    Peter de Marneffe

    Vice Laws and Self- Sovereignty

    No.1, January

    pp. 29-41

    Vera Bergelson

    Vice is Nice But Incest is Best: The Problem of a Moral Taboo

    No.1, January

    pp. 43-59

    Ekow N. Yankah

    Legal Vices and Civic Virtue: Vice Crimes, Republicanism and the Corruption of Lawfulness

    No.1, January

    pp. 61-82

    Robert J. MacCoun

    Moral Outrage and Opposition to Harm Reduction

    No.1, January

    pp. 83-98

    Jim Leitzel

    Toward Drug Control: Exclusion and Buyer Licensing

    No.1, January

    pp. 99-119

    Jeffrey Howard

    Punishment, Socially Deprived Offenders, and Democratic Community

    No.1, January

    pp. 121-136

    Annette Dufner

    Should the Late Stage Demented be Punished for Past Crimes?

    No.1, January

    pp. 137-150

    Robert Young

    Debating the Morality and Legality of Medically Assisted Dying . Critical Notice of Emily Jackson and John Keown, Debating Euthanasia. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2012

    No.1, January

    pp. 151-160

    Stephen P. Garvey

    Was Ellen Wronged?

    No.2, June

    pp. 185-216

    Matt Matravers

    Political Neutrality and Punishment

    No.2, June

    pp. 217-230

    Adil Ahmad Haque

    The Revolution and the Criminal Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 231-253

    Francois Tanguay-Renaud

    Criminalizing the State

    No.2, June

    pp. 255-284

    Youngjae Lee

    Military Veterans, Culpability, and Blame

    No.2, June

    pp. 285-307

    Larry Alexander

    You Got What You Deserved

    No.2, June

    pp. 309-319

    Peter Westen

    The Significance of Transferred Intent

    No.2, June

    pp. 321-350

    Douglas Husak

    The Philosophy of Criminal Law: Extending the Debates

    No.2, June

    pp. 351-365

    Christopher Bennett

    Considering Capital Punishment as a Human Interaction

    No.2, June

    pp. 367-382

    Jeffrie G. Murphy

    A Failed Refutation and an Insufficiently Developed Insight in Hart s Law, Liberty, and Morality

    No.3, October

    pp. 419-434

    Richard J. Arneson

    The Enforcement of Morals Revisited

    No.3, October

    pp. 435-454

    Steven Wall

    Enforcing Morality

    No.3, October

    pp. 455-471

    Leslie Green

    Should Law Improve Morality?

    No.3, October

    pp. 473-494

    Peter de Marneffe

    Sexual Freedom and Impersonal Value

    No.3, October

    pp. 495-512

    Danny Scoccia

    In Defense of Pure Legal Moralism

    No.3, October

    pp. 513-530

    Mario Ricciardi

    Morality, Law and the Fair Distribution of Freedom

    No.3, October

    pp. 531-548

    Susan Dimock

    Actio Libera in Causa

    No.3, October

    pp. 549-569

    Daniel M. Farrell

    What Should We Say We Say about Contrived Self- Defense Defenses?

    No.3, October

    pp. 571-585

    Leo Katz

    Entrapment Through the Lens of the Actio Libera in Causa

    No.3, October

    pp. 587-595

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Provocateurs

    No.3, October

    pp. 597-622

    Larry Alexander

    Causing the Conditions of One's Defense: A Theoretical Non- problem

    No.3, October

    pp. 623-628

    Russell L. Christopher

    The Contrived Defense and Deterrent Threat Doctrines: A Reply to Professors Finkelstein & Katz

    No.3, October

    pp. 629-636

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2014, vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Elizabeth Shaw

    Direct Brain Interventions and Responsibility Enhancement

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-20

    Nicole A Vincent

    Restoring Responsibility: Promoting Justice, Therapy and Reform Through Direct Brain Interventions

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-42

    Nicole A Vincent

    Neurolaw and Direct Brain Interventions

    No.1, January

    pp. 43-50

    Jan Christoph Bublitz, Reinhard Merkel

    Crimes Against Minds: On Mental Manipulations, Harms and a Human Right to Mental Self-Determination

    No.1, January

    pp. 51-77

    Adil Ahmad Haque

    Law and Morality at War

    No.1, January

    pp. 79-97

    Lucia Zedner

    Terrorizing Criminal Law

    No.1, January

    pp. 99-121

    Susan Mendus

    Professor Waldron Goes to Washington

    No.1, January

    pp. 123-134

    Jeremy Waldron

    Responses to Zedner, Haque and Mendus

    No.1, January

    pp. 135-145

    Antje du Bois-Pedain

    The Wrongfulness Constraint in Criminalisation

    No.1, January

    pp. 149-169

    J. R. Edwards, A. P. Simester

    Wrongfulness and Prohibitions

    No.1, January

    pp. 171-186

    Claes Lernestedt

    Victim and Society: Sharing Wrongs, but in Which Roles?

    No.1, January

    pp. 187-203

    Nina Persak

    Criminal Law, the Victim and Community: The Shades of We and the Conceptual Involvement of Community in Contemporary Criminal Law Theory

    No.1, January

    pp. 205-215

    R. A. Duff

    Towards a Modest Legal Moralism

    No.1, January

    pp. 217-235

    F. Meyer

    Towards a Modest Legal Moralism: Concept, Open Questions, and Potential Extension

    No.1, January

    pp. 237-244

    Andreas von Hirsch

    Harm and Wrongdoing in Criminalisation Theory

    No.1, January

    pp. 245-256

    Gerhard Seher

    Comment on Andreas von Hirsch: The Roles of Harm and Wrongdoing in Criminalisation Theory

    No.1, January

    pp. 257-264

    Thomas Weigend

    Assuming that the Defendant Is Not Guilty: The Presumption of Innocence in the German System of Criminal Justice

    No.2, June

    pp. 285-299

    Carl-Friedrich Stuckenberg

    Who is Presumed Innocent of What by Whom?

    No.2, June

    pp. 301-316

    Paul Roberts

    Loss of Innocence in Common Law Presumptions

    No.2, June

    pp. 317-336

    Richard L. Lippke

    The Prosecutor and the Presumption of Innocence

    No.2, June

    pp. 337-352

    Douglas Husak

    Social Engineering as an Infringement of the Presumption of Innocence: The Case of Corporate Criminality

    No.2, June

    pp. 353-369

    JaneAnne Murray

    A Perfect Prosecution: The People of the State of New York Versus Dominique Strauss-Kahn

    No.2, June

    pp. 371-390

    Shima Baradaran

    The Presumption of Punishment

    No.2, June

    pp. 391-406

    Hamish Stewart

    The Right to be Presumed Innocent

    No.2, June

    pp. 407-420

    Sherman J. Clark

    The Juror, the Citizen, and the Human Being: The Presumption of Innocence and the Burden of Judgment

    No.2,  June

    pp.421-429

    Patrick Tomlin

    Could the Presumption of Innocence Protect the Guilty?

    No.2, June

    pp. 431-447

    Victor Tadros

    The Ideal of the Presumption of Innocence

    No.2, June

    pp. 449-467

    Magnus Ulvang

    Criminal and Procedural Fairness: Some Challenges to the Presumption of Innocence

    No.2, June

    pp. 469-484

    Roger A. Shiner

    Corporations and the Presumption of Innocence

    No.2, June

    pp. 485-503

    Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

    Preventive Justice and the Presumption of Innocence

    No.2, June

    pp. 505-525

    Matt Matravers

    Symposium on Michelle Madden Dempsey, Prosecuting Domestic Violence: A Philosophical Analysis

    No.3, October

    pp. 527-528

    Kit Kinports

    Feminist Prosecutors and Patriarchal States

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    pp. 529-542

    Sharon Cowan

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    pp. 543-555

    Michelle Madden Dempsey

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    Alexander Sarch

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    pp. 569-587

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    pp. 589-604

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    pp. 605-617

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    pp. 635-657

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    Punishment and Reform

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    pp. 619-633

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2015, vol.9

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    Page to Page

    Hamish Stewart

    Criminal Punishment as Private Morality: Victor Tadros s The Ends of Harm

    No.1, March

    pp. 21-35

    Suzanne Uniacke

    Punishment as Penalty

    No.1, March

    pp. 37-47

    Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen

    To Serve and Protect: The Ends of Harm by Victor Tadros

    No.1, March

    pp. 49-71

    Victor Tadros

    Answers

    No.1, March

    pp. 73-102

    Neil Levy

    Zimmerman's The Immorality of Punishment: A Critical Essay

    No.1, March

    pp. 103-112

    Michael J. Zimmerman

    The Immorality of Punishment: A Reply to Levy

    No.1, March

    pp. 113-122

    Shlomit Wallerstein

    Delegation of Powers and Authority in International Criminal Law

    No.1, March

    pp. 123-140

    Gerald Gaus

    On Being Inside Social Morality and Seeing It

    No.1, March

    pp. 141-153

    Ambrose Y. K. Lee

    Public Wrongs and the Criminal Law

    No.1, March

    pp. 155-170

    Thomas Giddens

    Criminal Responsibility and the Living Self

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    pp. 189-206

    Amit Pundik

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    No.2, June

    pp. 207-224

    John Danaher

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    No.2, June

    pp. 225-244

    Peter Brian Barry

    Capital Punishment as a Response to Evil

    No.2, June

    pp. 245-264

    Stuart Macdonald

    The Role of the Courts in Imposing Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures: Normative Duality and Legal Realism

    No.2, June

    pp. 265-283

    Jens David Ohlin

    The One or the Many

    No.2, June

    pp. 285-299

    Kai Ambos

    The Overall Function of International Criminal Law: Striking the Right Balance Between the Rechtsgut and the Harm Principles

    No.2, June

    pp. 301-329

    L. W. Sumner

    Reply to Williams

    No.2, June

    pp. 331-335

    Matthew H. Kramer

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    No.2, June

    pp. 379-394

    Elizabeth Papp Kamali

    Felonia Felonice Facta: Felony and Intentionality in Medieval England

    No.3, September

    pp. 397-421

    Thomas A. Green

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    No.3, September

    pp. 423-442

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    No.3, September

    pp. 443-456

    Ekow N. Yankah

    Republican Responsibility in Criminal Law

    No.3, September

    pp. 457-475

    Nicole A. Vincent

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    No.3, September

    pp. 477-498

    Antony Duff

    Symposium on Preventive Justice Preface

    No.3, September

    pp. 499-500

    David Cole

    The Difference Prevention Makes: Regulating Preventive Justice

    No.3, September

    pp. 501-519

    Hadassa Noorda

    Preventive Deprivations of Liberty: Asset Freezes and Travel Bans

    No.3, September

    pp. 521-535

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    Criminalizing Dangerousness: How to Preventively Detain Dangerous Offenders

    No.3, September

    pp. 537-560

    Stuart P. Green

    Vice Crimes and Preventive Justice

    No.3, September

    pp. 561-576

    Rudolf Schuessler

    Violating Strict Deontological Constraints: Excuse or Pardon?

    No.4, December

    pp. 587-601

    Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu

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    No.4, December

    pp. 603-617

    Jesper Ryberg

    Is Coercive Treatment of Offenders Morally Acceptable? On the Deficiency of the Debate

    No.4, December

    pp. 619-631

    Filippo Santoni de Sio, Nicole A Vincent

    Rationality + Consciousness = Free Will by David Hodgson

    No.4, December

    pp. 633-644

    Michael S. Moore

    The Quest for a Responsible Responsibility Test: Norwegian Insanity Law After Breivik

    No.4, December

    pp. 645-693

    David Shoemaker

    McKenna's Quality of Will

    No.4, December

    pp. 695-708

    Neil Levy

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    No.4, December

    pp. 779-784

    Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2016, vol.10

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    David M. Adams

    Belief and Death: Capital Punishment and the Competence-for-Execution Requirement

    No.1, March

    pp. 17-30

    Michael S. Moore

    Stephen Morse on the Fundamental Psycho-Legal Error

    No.1, March

    pp. 45-89

    Leo Zaibert

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    No.1, March

    pp. 91-108

    Hock Lai Ho

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    No.1, March

    pp. 109-131

    Tracy Isaacs

    International Criminal Courts and Political Reconciliation

    No.1, March

    pp. 133-142

    Alice MacLachlan

    Political Reconciliation and Political Health

    No.1, March

    pp. 143-152

    Cindy Holder

    Transition, Trust and Partial Legality: On Colleen Murphy's A Moral Theory of Political Reconciliation

    No.1, March

    pp. 153-164

    Colleen Murphy

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    No.1, March

    pp. 165-177

    Hannah Tierney

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    No.1, March

    pp. 179-196




     


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